A unique court on Thursday dismissed the applications recorded by NCP pioneers Nawab Malik and Anil Deshmukh looking for consent to visit Vidhan Sabha on Friday to cast a ballot in the Rajya Sabha races.
Malik and Deshmukh, who are both MLAs, had tried to be accompanied to the Vidhan Sabha on their own for a couple of hours to cast a ballot in the decisions to six seats from Maharashtra.
The two are in legal authority regarding two separate cases documented by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). In the wake of hearing broad contentions set forward by every one of the gatherings, the court declined the transitory bail to Malik and Deshmukh. Following this, Deshmukh has moved toward the Bombay High Court while Malik also is in course of recording his request in HC.
On Tuesday, the focal organization had gone against their requests calling attention to that “detainees don’t have casting a ballot rights”.
“It is relevant to make reference to that detainees don’t have casting a ballot rights under the Representation of the People Act, 1951. The option to cast a ballot is a legal right made under Section 62 of the Act and the law is settled that the ‘right to cast a ballot being a legal right is dependent upon the limitations recommended in the Act’,” the ED answer expressed.
Deshmukh is held up in Arthur Road Jail regarding the tax evasion case documented by the ED claiming that pay-offs were taken from bar and eatery proprietors at his guidelines and the cash was washed through a trust constrained by his loved ones. He has been in jail since last November.
Malik was captured in February on charges of tax evasion regarding a property in Kurla. He is conceded in a confidential emergency clinic on orders of the court.
Maharashtra will observer a challenge in the Rajya Sabha surveys after over twenty years, as there are seven up-and-comers in fight for the six seats