What Supreme Court said on Karnataka Congress Election Manifesto promises

The complainant had argued that the commitments by the Congress in its 2023 manifesto for the Karnataka assembly polls, amounted to direct and indirect financial help to the public, which was corrupt electoral practice.
Congress party symbol
Congress party symbol

Commitments by political parties in their election manifestos, which could eventually lead to direct or indirect financial help to the public at large, will not amount to 'corrupt practice' under the Representation of People Act, the Supreme Court recently said [Shashanka J Sreedhara vs BZ Zameer Ahmed Khan].

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