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A. Manju v. Prajwal Revanna @ Prajwal R.

Representation of People Act, 1951 – Whether an election petition can be thrown out at the threshold on a plea of the respondent/elected candidate that the petition is not supported by an affidavit in Form 25, as prescribed under Rule 94A of Conduct of Election Rules, 1961, even though the petition is based on allegations of corrupt practices ?

Sangeeta Sunil Shinde v. State of Maharashtra

Election Law – An elected representative can only stay in power so long as such person enjoys the support of the majority of the elected members – As soon as such a person loses the confidence of the majority, he becomes unwanted. In a democratic set up, the will of the majority has to prevail. 2021 (10) SCALE 46