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Rajasthan HC dismisses plea against merger of 6 BSP MLAs with Congress

IndiaTimes Thursday, 6 August 2020
The Rajasthan high court on Thursday dismissed BJP leader Madan Dilawar's petition against the issue of merger of 6 BSP MLAs with the Congress, reported news agency ANI. The court, however, directed that notices be published in newspapers and service be effectuated through Jaisalmer district judge who may, if need be, seek the help of the SP.
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