Additionally, the volume also lists 632 cases filed in the apex court and High Courts during the period leading to General Election, 2019.
NEW DELHI || The Election Commission of India (ECI) has released a compendium of judgments delivered by the Supreme Court and various High Courts from January 2017 to May 2019. Volume VI of Landmark Judgments carry judgements till the conclusion of Lok Sabha General Election 2019.
Commission released its e-version also for wider reach. It consists of 29 significant judgments covering various aspects of electoral process like nomination, affidavit, EVM VVPAT, Model Code of Conduct, corrupt practices and other related matters.
This volume also lists the judgments already published by ECI in previous five volumes of Landmark Judgments. Additionally, the volume also lists 632 cases filed in the apex court and High Courts during the period leading to General Election, 2019.
Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora in his message said: “I harbour the sanguine hope that this publication would further illuminate us about the domain of election law and embolden the officials concerned to execute the gigantic exercise by taking solace in the fact that their actions have consistently earned the approbation of the judiciary.”
Sushil Chandra, Election Commissioner, in his remarks hoped that this volume will benefit all citizens of the country in understanding the election process.