The Supreme Court Friday refused to entertain a plea in quest of route for investigation via an impartial probe company just like the CBI into the March 10 incident the place West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had sustained leg harm after an alleged assault on her in Nandigram.
“You go to the Calcutta High Court,” a bench headed via Chief Justice S A Bobde informed the recommend showing for the petitioners.
The bench, additionally comprising Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, allowed the petitioners’ legal professional to withdraw the plea with liberty to means the prime courtroom.
On March 10, Banerjee had alleged that she used to be attacked via “four-five men” in Nandigram, injuring her left leg, hours after she filed nomination from the seat the place the BJP has pitted her protege-turned-adversary Suvendu Adhikari within the Assembly election.
The plea, filed within the apex courtroom via petitioners Shubham Awasthi and two others, had claimed that the alleged assault on a Constitutional functionary must be investigated via an impartial company just like the CBI and the probe findings must be made public to fortify the electorate self assurance.
It had sought instructions to the involved government to have tips to deal with such incidents in long run and for introduction of a short lived frame with in depth powers to seem into ballot violence and punish the perpetrators.
The plea had additionally sought a route for enhanced punishment for ballot violence.
“Such an attack on a Constitutional functionary violates the idea of a free and fair elections and has given free reign to political parties to influence voters,” the plea, filed via suggest Vivek Narayan Sharma, had mentioned.
It had claimed that because the alleged assault, the ambience in West Bengal has been full of allegations and counter allegations via other political events.
“Poll violence is an anathema to the idea of free and fair elections and they need to be investigated in order to…achieve the goals which guide the functioning of a democracy,” it had mentioned.