23 September 2020
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The Supreme Court agreed to examine if political parties could be restrained from fielding people with criminal background in elections. The bench said ​​ something needs to be done in national interest to control the problem after the Election Commission contended criminalisation of politics is going on unabated and SC’s previous verdicts have made no impact.

Abdul Gh Lone