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INLD MLAs seek 4 weeks for detailed replies


CHANDIGARH: All four INLD MLAs, who were served notices on disqualification petition moved by way of Abhay Chautala closing month, have sought four extra weeks to record detailed replies to notices served on them by way of the speaker closing month.

In brief replies filed on Wednesday, the four MLAs said that they had not been in a position to examine court cases against them to record detailed explanations.


All the four MLAs had contested and received elections for INLD, headed by way of former CM Om Parkash Chautala. Abhay had sought their disqualification alleging that that they had been attending purposes and conferences of the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) and must be disqualified for anti-party actions. In a bid to turn out his level, Abhay had additionally hooked up newspaper cuttings and video clippings with his petition.


Speaker Kanwar Pal Gujjar had on March 27 issued notices to Naina Chautala, MLA from Dabwali; Pirthi Singh, MLA from Narwana; Rajdeep Phogat, MLA from Dadri; and Anoop Dhanak of Uklana.


"There is no merit in the complaint and is liable to be dismissed. The MLAs have sought one month to file detailed replies," said an associate of the four MLAs.


Dhanak was once the primary legislator to sign up for Naina Chautala throughout her campaign for Jind bypoll contestant Digvijay Chautala, who was once the candidate of Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), which was once set up closing year after dispute between the 2 brothers - Abhay Chautala and Ajay Chautala. Narwana MLA Pirthi Singh seemed in individual and was once accompanied by way of a relative of Naina Chautala. A battery of advocates representing the four MLAs additionally met the speaker.




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