New Delhi. The Supreme Court has approved all the notifications of the Rajasthan government regarding the Rajasthan Panchayat elections.
The Supreme Court has confirmed the order of 8 January and 24 January.
Regarding which the Panchayat elections will be held in the state as per the order of 24 January.
This order has been given by the Supreme Court after the response of the Election Commission. The 3-member bench of CJI SA Bobde gave this order.
By this order, the doubt created on the government’s notifications has also ended. Now the whole issue of holding elections has now come into the hands of the Commission.
The state government had filed an application for an early hearing in the Supreme Court regarding the Panchayati Raj elections.
In Jaysingh vs State Government case, the government had filed an application requesting to hold elections in all panchayats.
The Supreme Court disposed of all the applications related to the State Government v. Jaisingh case.
The special leave petition filed by the government has been quashed.
Additional Advocate General Manish Singhvi has played a pivotal role in this whole case. After this decision, the order of December 13 of the Rajasthan High Court has become ineffective.
Significantly, the Rajasthan High Court had revoked the reorganization of 204 panchayats and 9 panchayat samitis.
After this, a program was announced by the State Election Commission to conduct panchayat elections in four phases.
After this, the state government took a stay on the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court.
The election of the fourth phase on February 1 was canceled by the State Election Commission as soon as the stay came from the Supreme Court.