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SC stays Madhya Pradesh HC order on political gatherings

IndiaTimes Monday, 26 October 2020
The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the Madhya Pradesh high court order which put various conditions in holding physical gatherings by political parties for campaigning in assembly by-polls in the state. The Election Commission had moved the SC challenging the order, saying conducting elections was in the sole jurisdiction of the poll agency.
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