NEW DELHI: The 20 AAP MLAs, who have precluded on the Election Commission’s (EC) proposal for holding the office of benefit, have pulled back from the Delhi High Court their prior request testing the survey board’s underlying choice to hear the issue.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs had in August a year ago tested the EC’s choice to keep hearing the grievance against them for holding the office of benefit, saying that once the high court had put aside their arrangements as parliamentary secretaries there was no requirement for the survey board to hear the issue.
The MLAs submitted before Justice Rekha Palli that they will pull back their prior request as they have tested their resulting preclusion before a bigger seat of the high court.
As there was no resistance from the opposite side, the court “expelled as pulled back” the MLAs prior supplication testing the EC’s June 23, 2017, choice.
The workplace of benefit appeal to was recorded in the EC by one Prashant Patel against 21 MLAs of the Arvind Kejriwal-drove party.
Accordingly, the procedures were dropped against Jarnail Singh after he surrendered as the Rajouri Garden MLA to challenge the Punjab Assembly surveys.
The EC was of the “thought about supposition” that the MLAs were “accepted” parliamentary secretaries from March 13, 2015 to September 8, 2016, when the high court had put aside the arrangements by naming unlawful.
On September 8, 2016 the high court had put aside the arrangements of the 21 AAP MLAs as parliamentary secretaries while watching that their request of arrangement was issued without the simultaneousness of the Lieutenant Governor (LG).
The EC had prescribed the preclusion of the 20 AAP MLAs on January 19. The president had acknowledged the EC’s assessment the exact following day. From that point, the MLAs have tested their preclusion arrange, which the high court is hearing on an everyday premise.
The 20 precluded MLAs incorporate Adarsh Shastri (Dwarka), Alka Lamba (Chandni Chowk), Anil Bajpai (Gandhi Nagar), Avtar Singh (Kalkaji), Kailash Gahlot (Najafgarh) – who is likewise a clergyman – Madan Lal (Kasturba Nagar), Manoj Kumar (Kondli), Naresh Yadav (Mehrauli), Nitin Tyagi (Laxmi Nagar), Praveen Kumar (Jangpura).