Poll plea: HC tells judge to serve notice to Dimple
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The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed the district judge, Etawah, to get the notice served to Dimple Yadav, MP from Kannauj and wife of UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, in connection with an election petition filed against her.
The court said if it was not possible to get the notice served personally, the same be affixed at her residence. The court has fixed November 22 as the next date of hearing.
The plea, filed by Prabhat Pandey, challenges Dimple's election unopposed in the bypoll held in June. He said many prospective candidates, including him, were prevented from filing nominations. The plea also demanded cancellation of the bypoll.
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