Swaraj India vs State Election Commission And Anr on 29 March, 2017

2. When the petition was listed for admission on 15.3.2017,
Mr. Pushkarna, learned Standing Counsel for the respondent No.1/SEC had
appeared and stated that he had not been furnished an advance copy of the
paper book. An advance copy of the petition was served only in the office
of the Standing Counsel (Civil), Govt. of NCT of Delhi. Counsel for the
petitioner was directed to furnish a copy of the paper book to the counsel
for the respondent No.1/SEC in the course of the day and the matter was
adjourned to 20.03.2017. On 20.03.2017, learned counsel for the
respondent No.1/SEC had stated that by the date the present petition was
listed for admission on 15.3.2017, SEC had already notified the new
Symbols Order, 2017 on 14.03.2017, which has not been assailed by the
petitioner. In view of the aforesaid development, counsel for the petitioner
had sought time to file an application to amend the writ petition.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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