Why Delhi High Court adjourned plea seeking 6-year poll ban on PM Narendra Modi

The plea claimed that PM Modi appealed to the voters to vote for BJP in the name of Hindu deities and Hindu place of worships as well as Sikh deities and Sikh place of worship.
PM Narendra Modi and Delhi High Court
PM Narendra Modi and Delhi High CourtPM Narendra Modi (FB)

The Delhi High Court on Friday adjourned the hearing in a petition seeking a six-year ban on Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi from contesting elections, for allegedly violating the model code of conduct (MCC) by seeking votes in the name of religion for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls [Anand S Jondhale v Election Commission of India & Anr].

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