Plea in Delhi HC to ban the use of INDIA alliance
Plea in Delhi HC to ban the use of INDIA alliance

A PIL was submitted to the Delhi High Court asking for an order prohibiting the use of the acronym Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (I.N.D.I.A.) by a number of political parties.

The Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance, an opposition front announced by the leaders of 26 parties to challenge the BJP in the upcoming elections, is abbreviated as “I.N.D.I.A”.

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A division bench made up of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Sanjiv Narula heard the plea today. The central government, the Election Commission, and the opposition parties have all received notices from the court.

Through advocate, Vaibhav Singh, petitioner Girish Upadhyay said that various political parties are adopting our national flag as their symbol of allegiance, which is another clever ruse to win the support and votes of uninformed voters. step. This spark has the potential to ignite political animosity, which will ultimately ignite political bloodshed.

The petition said that political parties are abbreviating “I.N.D.I.A.” with the intention of harming our magnificent country, which will affect India’s reputation both within our own country and on numerous international platforms.

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