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JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification : Supreme Court’s Shocking Stay On Decision Delivered By Karnataka High Court on September 1

JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification : Supreme Court has issued an interim stay on the Karnataka High Court’s judgment disqualifying Janata Dal (Secular) Member of Parliament (MP) Prajwal Revanna for submitting a false election affidavit.

New Delhi, 18 September (City Times): JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification : In a significant turn of events, the Supreme Court has issued an interim stay on the Karnataka High Court’s judgment disqualifying Janata Dal (Secular) Member of Parliament (MP) Prajwal Revanna for submitting a false election affidavit.

Supreme Court has granted Revanna the opportunity to contest in the upcoming parliamentary elections

Acording To Live Law This decision was made by a bench comprising Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, Justice JB Pardiwala, and Justice Manoj Misra. However, the apex court ruled that Revanna would not be allowed to receive any allowances as an MP at this time. Still, he retains the right to cast his vote in parliamentary sessions or committee meetings for which he has been nominated.

Furthermore, the Supreme Court has granted Revanna the opportunity to contest in the upcoming parliamentary elections, subject to any additional directives. (JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification)

Background: High Court’s Disqualification and Appeal to Supreme Court

The controversy surrounding Prajwal Revanna’s disqualification began when the Karnataka High Court made a crucial ruling. The High Court had refused to halt the order disqualifying Revanna as an MP due to his submission of a false election affidavit. In a single-bench judgment delivered by Justice K Natarajan on September 1, the court rejected Revanna’s request to postpone the order briefly to enable him to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.(JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification)

High Court’s September 1 ruling had several important implications

The High Court’s September 1 ruling had several important implications. It not only upheld the election petitions filed by individuals A Manju and another petitioner but also declared Prajwal Revanna’s election as null and void. The court also issued a notice to H.D. Revanna, Prajwal’s father, for his alleged involvement in corrupt practices related to supporting Prajwal’s election.(JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna Disqualification)

Controversy Over 2019 Lok Sabha Elections

Prajwal Revanna’s disqualification stems from his participation in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in the Hassan constituency. During these elections, Revanna was accused of providing false information to the Election Commission. Despite these allegations, Prajwal emerged as the winner with a significant margin, securing 6,76,606 votes. His closest competitor, Manju, garnered 5,35,282 votes.

The High Court’s decision to disqualify Prajwal Revanna from his parliamentary seat has now been temporarily halted by the Supreme Court’s intervention. This development holds significant implications for the political landscape and the future of Prajwal Revanna’s political career.

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