On November 28 last year, a bench led by the CJI had dismissed a clutch of petitions, filed by Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh.
The petition stated that a whistleblower had produced incriminating material on alleged tampering of evidence by the Indore police to benefit Chouhan.
Singh also claimed that Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal were engaged in a “noora kushti” (got-up fight) to hide the reality.
The MLAs are seeking adequate compensation for crop damages and waiver on loan interest to farmers.
Arvind Kejriwal took oath as the eighth Chief Minister of Delhi on Saturday.
“I won’t be surprised if this has been done by BJP Dirty Tricks Department to embarrass AAP,” said Digvijay Singh.
Singh said that he thinks whatever has to be done or whoever has to be punished is being done in that respect.
Singh, who had reportedly made a similar statement during recent campaign, was criticised by BJP MP Prahlad Singh Patel in LS without naming him.
Digvijay said it would be improper to ban conversion if any individual wanted to willfully convert to another religion.
The Madhya Pradesh Recruitment Scam pertains to manipulation in the selection process for government jobs conducted by the MPPEB.
Katheria is at the centre of a controversy over an allegation that his graduation marksheet was forged.
Digvijay believes the Congress lost the chance to fix itself between 2004 and 2014 when its leadership was not in the government.
Congress MP Digvijaya Singh analyses what is hurting the Congress.
The court said that both parties must be present on the next date of hearing on November 10.
Congress had attacked Narendra Modi during the Lok Sabha campaign on social media under the hashtag ‘Feku’.
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