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Nov 29 1996 (HC)

Vijaykumar Maniklal Bang Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-29-1996

Reported in : (1997)99BOMLR534

..... constitution of india provided for the conduct of elections to the either house of parliament, to the house or either house of the legislature of each state, qualifications and disqualifications for membership of those houses and other relevant matters. the apex court then relied upon article 329(b) of the constitution of ..... b) is divided in two parts. it not only provides and election petition for calling in question an election but also gives the power to the state legislature to provide another modality. similar such argument was raised in the reported decision in ramakant kesheorao v. bhikulal laxmichand : air1959mp141 . the question, which ..... to remove the inconsistencies after the introduction of part ix-a to the constitution. further, what has been observed by the full bench of punjab and haryana is in completely different context. it does not in, any manner touch the subject of the powers of a high court under ..... b) occurs.the apex court then proceeded to relied upon the law laid down in n.p. punnuswami v. returning officer, namakkal constituency : [1952]1scr218 . in the same para the apex court goes on to hold that any matter which has the effect of vitiating an election should be ..... presented on him under clause (h) of section 16(1) of the act and admittedly, in the absence of any bill, the petitioner could not have been declared to be a defaulter and thereby could not have been prevented from contesting the election. the petitioner has supported his contentions with number of .....

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