Supreme Court Makes Serious Comments on AP Govt in Elections Case

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The Supreme Court has dismissed the AP Government’s appeal against the conduct of the Local Elections due to COVID-19 Second wave and vaccination. “States have conducted elections during COVID-19. Even Kerala did and there is a spike now but we can’t say polls were the reason,” Justice Kaul said.

The court also felt there the ego problem between two authorities is leading to lawlessness. “We cannot allow lawlessness. How can resolutions be passed against the N Ramesh Kumar? We cannot be a part of this ego battle,” the court said.

The court did not even allow the employees federation to intervene. “Your behavior is atrocious and undesirable. Why should the election commission make public statements and you are passing staff resolutions against it,” the court said.

Finally, the court said it will not interfere in the decision of the State Election Commissioner and dismissed the matter. Let us see if the State Government will co-operate with the Election Commission at least now and ensure smooth conduct of the elections.

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