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Sep 24 1957 (HC)

Kamaraj Nadar Vs. A. Kunju thevar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1958)1MLJ139

..... papers held all the 10 nominations to be in order. he accordingly prepared a list of validly nominated candidates as required by section 36(8) of the representation of the people act, 1951, as amended in 1956(which we shall hereafter refer to as the act) showing all these ten as candidates, whose nominations had been found valid, and affixed this list to his notice board. under ..... section 37 of the act any candidate might withdraw his candidature before three o'clock in the afternoon of the day fixed for such ..... may be provided for by or under any law by the appropriate legislature.the ' law made ' in this regard is contained in the representation of the people act, 1951 as amended from time to time. section 80 of the act enacts:80. election petitions.--no election shall be called in question except by an election petition presented in accordance with the provisions of this part ..... which he was asked to show cause) to allow engagement of counsel for showing cause the petitioner is obliged to send this explanation by registered post under section 82 of the representation of the people act. the petitioner will have to implead all the contesting candidates only if the petitioner wants a declaration that he himself or any other candidate has been duly .....

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Feb 04 1954 (SC)

Raj Krushna Bose Vs. Binod Kanungo and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1954SC202; (1954)IMLJ489(SC); [1954]1SCR913

..... held that as the proposers and seconders referred to above were admittedly government servants that constituted a major corrupt practice and so invalidated the election under section 123(8) of the representation of the people act, 1951 (no. xliii of 1951). the other of the two decided issues does not concern this appeal. 6. the appellant thereupon petitioned the high court for a writ of ..... under our special jurisdiction under article 136. 8. the only sections we are called upon to consider are sections 33(2) and 123(8). the former provided that - 'any person whose name is registered in the electoral roll of the constituency and who is not subject to any disqualification mentioned in section 16 of the representation of the people act, 1950 (xliii of 1950) may subscribe ..... to procure their assistance for the furtherance of the candidate's prospects in other ways than by vote, then section 123(8) is attracted, for in that case, the plan, and its fulfillment, must be viewed as a connected whole and the acts of proposing or seconding which are innocent in themselves cannot be separated from the rest. 15. our conclusion ..... seconding a candidate's nomination. 12. now, does section 123(8) contain express provision to the contrary or can such provision be inferred by necessary implication ? it is usual, when one section of an act takes away what another confers, to use a non-obstacle clause and say that 'notwithstanding anything contained in section so and so, this or that will happen', otherwise .....

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Jan 22 1968 (SC)

Pashupati Nath Singh Vs. Harihar Prasad Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1968SC1064; [1968]2SCR812

..... 'one can be said to be so nominated only when, after scrutiny of the nomination papers, the returning officer finds him to be validly nominated, as provided under section 36(8) of the representation of the people act, 1951.' with respect, the high court proceeded on a wrong basis. the form of oath does not say 'having been validly nominated' but only 'having been nominated.' 19 ..... sikri, j.1. this is an appeal under s. 116a of the representation of the people act, 1951 - hereinafter referred to as the act - from the judgment of the high court of judicature at patna dismissing election petition no. 8 of 1967 filed by the appellant pashupati nath singh hereinafter referred to as the petitioner. in order to appreciate the point arising before us it is necessary ..... nomination paper give a certificate issued in the prescribed manner by the election commission to the effect that he has not been dismissed for corruption or disloyalty to the state. 8. section 35 deals with the notice of nominations and the time and place for their scrutiny. the returning officer has to inform the person or persons delivering the nomination paper of ..... ? the answer to this question mainly depends on the interpretation of s. 36(2) of the act. it will, however, be necessary to refer to some other sections of the act in order to fully appreciate the effect of the words used in that section. section 32 of the act provides for nomination of candidates for election thus : 'any person may be nominated as a candidate .....

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Mar 12 2014 (SC)

Pravasi Bhalai Sangathan Vs. U.O.i. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... commission of india where the author is heading the political party in exercise of power vested inter-alia under article 324 of the constitution read with sections 29a(5), 123(3) of the representation of the people act, 1951 and section 16a of the election symbols (reservation and allotment) order, 1968; j. issue appropriate writ, order, decree in the nature of mandamus directing the union of ..... provisions dealing with the subject which are referred to as under: |sl.no.|statute |provisions | |1. |indian penal code, 1860 |sections 124a, 153a,| | | |153b, 295-a, 298, | | | |505(1), 505(2) | |2. |the representation of people act, |sections 8, 123 | | |1951 |(3a), 125 | |3. |information technology act, 2000 &|sections 66a, 69, | | |information technology |69a | | |(intermediaries guidelines) rules,|rule 3(2)(b), rule | | |2011 |3(2)(i) | |4. |code of ..... criminal procedure, 1973 |sections 95, 107, | | | |144, 151, 160 | |5. |unlawful activities (prevention) |sections 2(f), 10, | | |act, 1967 |11, 12 | |6. |protection of civil rights act, |section 7 | | |1955 | | |7. |religious .....

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Jan 23 1958 (HC)

G. Narayanaswami Naidu Vs. C. Krishnamurthi and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1958Mad343; (1958)1MLJ367

..... be capable of being taken into account in a mere interpretation of the constitution.46. in this connection we cannot omit from considerations the provisions contained in sections 7 and 8 of the representation of the people act, 1951, as a parliamentary exposition or commentary on the meaning of the expression 'office of profit' under the union or state in article 191 and which are designed ..... to supplement the disqualifications contained in the constitution. the provisions in section 7 which we have in mind is sub-clause (e):7. a person shall be disqualified for ..... for declaring the election of narayanaswami naidu and jayaraj to be void on the ground that his own nomination had been improperly rejected. section 100(1) of the representation of the people act enacts:(1) subject to the provisions of sub-section (2) if the tribunal is of opinion.(c) that any nomination has been improperly rejected....shall declare the election of the returned candidate ..... p. rajagopalan, o.c.j.1. the civil miscellaneous appeal has been preferred to this court under section 116-a of the representation of the people act from the order of the election tribunal, nagapattinam, in election petition no. 178 of 1957 before it.2. the election in question was to the mayuram constituency of the madras .....

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Mar 31 1972 (HC)

Rameshchandra Vs. G.N. Tandon and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1974MP1; 1973MPLJ819

..... 20 (mad) where it has been held that the village munsif who is employed in a state does not cease to be an employee within the meaning of section 123(8) of the representation of the people act, 1951, when he was on leave without pay and was not actually performing his duties. it is apparent that the point for consideration in that case was entirely ..... of the people act, 1951, in n. p. ponnuswami v. returning officer, namakkal, air 1952 sc 64. they emphasized that the right to vote or stand as a candidate for election is ..... . the provision made in clause 50 does not contain any negative provision as is to be found in section 80 of the representation of the people act or in article 329(b) of the constitution or in section 357 (1) of the m. p. gram pancha-yats act. article 329 of the constitution begins with the opening words 'notwithstanding anything in this constitution' and their lordships ..... of the supreme court held that these words were sufficient to exclude jurisdiction of the high court under arts. 226 & 227 to deal with any matter which may arise while the election was in progress. their lordships also interpreted section 80 of the representation .....

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Mar 26 1996 (SC)

Ram Partap Chandel Vs. Chaudhary Lajja Ram and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1998)8SCC564

..... . the first respondent was the successful candidate. his election was challenged by the appellant on the ground of corrupt practices covered by sections 123(4) and (8) of the representation of the people act, 1951 (hereinafter called 'the act'). sub-section (4) of section 123 refers to the publication by a candidate or his agent or by any other person with the consent of the candidate or ..... his election agent of a false statement concerning a candidate which is known to be false. sub-section (8) of section 123 refers to booth-capturing. ..... candidature. they were not impleaded as respondents to the election petition. the high court, basing itself upon the provisions of section 82 of the act, came to the conclusion that the election petition was not maintainable and dismissed it.3. section 82 reads thus:'82. parties to the petition.--a petitioner shall join as respondent to his petition--(a) where the ..... 's name should be deleted. the high court dismissed the election petition. this court held that section 86 of the act was a peremptory provision. it required dismissal of an election petition if there was non-compliance with the requirements of section 82. section 82 made it incumbent that a candidate against whom a charge of corrupt practice was made should .....

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Feb 16 2001 (HC)

indra Nath Bhagat Vs. Dukha Bhagat and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2001(49)BLJR1602

..... can be summarily dismissed if it does not furnish the cause of action in exercise of the power under the civil procedure codecivil procedure codecivil procedure code. the relevant provisions of section 83(1) of the representation of the people act, 1951 read as follows :'83. contents of petition--(1) an election petition- (a) shall contain a concise statement of the material facts on which the petitioner relies; (b ..... the original and copy of the election petition supplied to the respondent no. 1 as well as there is no concise statement of material facts as required under section 8 of the r.p. act. there is also absence of endorsement of notrary public/oath commissioner on the copy of the affidavit accompanying the election petition. the allegation as made in the election ..... to be pleaded is a question which depends on the nature of the charge levelled, the ground relied upon, and in the light of the special circumstances of the case.8. in the case of vijay laxmi sadho v. jagdish, (reported in 2001 air sc 223), it has further been reiterated that an election petition is liable to be dismissed in ..... the peoples act have been followed and there is no infirmity in the election petition. the preliminary objection is absolutely misconceived, which is fit to be dismissed. the counsel for the petitioner also relied upon the cases reported in 1999 (8) scc page 198 and 1999 (3) scc 737.6. the petitioner filed this election petition on the main ground that the counting .....

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Feb 19 2008 (HC)

Sh. Jaspal Singh Vs. Sh. O.P. Babbar

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 149(2008)DLT205; 2008(101)DRJ283

..... .11.2003 the returning officer rejected the nomination paper filed by s. ranjit singh by passing the following order:i have examined the nomination paper in accordance with section 36 of the representation of the people act, 1951 and decided as follows:nomination paper examined with its enclosures and following deficiencies noted:(i) affidavit as prescribed by eci not complete and not attested by notary ..... the person referred to in that entry is an elector for that constituency, unless it is proved that he is subject to a disqualification mentioned in section 16 of the representation of the people act, 1950 (43 of 1950).(8) immediately after all the nomination papers have been scrutinized and decisions accepting or rejecting the same have been recorded, the returning officer shall prepare a ..... 26 prescribed under the rules pursuant to rule 4a aforesaid. 4. at the outset it may be noted that section 33a of the r.p. act 1951 was inserted in the statute book by act no. 72 of 2002 with effect from 24.8.2002. the said section reads as under:33a . right to information.-(1) a candidate shall, apart from any information which he is ..... has been framed by the court of competent jurisdiction;(ii) he has been convicted of an offence other than any offence referred to in sub-section (1) or sub-section (2), or covered in sub-section (3), of section 8 and sentenced to imprisonment for one year or more.(2) the candidate or his proposer, as the case may be, shall, at the time of .....

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Feb 03 2006 (HC)

Kuldeep Pednekar Vs. Ajit Pandurang Gogate and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2006(3)ALLMR606; 2006(4)BomCR392

..... itself the election of the respondent no. 1 who is the returned candidate should be declared as void under section 100(1) of the representation of the people act, 1951. the petitioner relies on section 123, 125-a, 127-a, 130 and other relevant provisions of the act.29. in these facts and circumstances it is clearly established that:[a] the respondent no. 1 has furnished ..... information. the affidavit accompanying the nomination paper is integral part of nomination paper.8. filing of a false affidavit could and must lead to rejection of nomination paper. filing of a false affidavit accompanying the nomination paper amounts to a criminal offence and is punishable under representation of people act, 1951. at the relevant time, the petitioner did not know the fact that ..... 1 was disqualified to be chosen to fill the seat under any of the provisions of the constitution or the act of 1951. the provision regarding disqualification can be culled out from chapter iii and chapter iv of act of 1951. section 8 of the act of 1951 provides for disqualification on conviction for certain offences. it is not the case of the petitioner that the respondent ..... offences under section 8. section 8(1)(a) refers to offence under sections 153-a or 171-e or 171-f or sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) of section 376 or section 376-a or section 376-b or section 376-c or section 376-d or section 498-a or section 505(2) and (3) all of indian penal code. on careful analysis of section 8 of the act of 1951, it is .....

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