Supreme Court directs Lok Sabha Secretary General to respond to Mahua’s petition 

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03-01-2024

    We are keeping all issues open to be argued at a later point: Bench

    Supreme Court dismissed a request seeking her re-admission

    No existing code of conduct regulates the sharing of password: Singhvi

The Supreme Court has asked the Lok Sabha Secretary General to respond to a petition filed by Trinamool Congress Member of Parliament Mahua Moitra questioning her expulsion from the parliament. “We are issuing notice and will leave all issues including the issue of our jurisdiction open for a later stage. We are issuing notice, but we are keeping all issues open to be argued at a later point,” the Supreme Court bench noted.
It however dismissed a request seeking her re-admission until the hearing concluded. “That will be virtually allowing your writ petition. When we are ourselves in doubt as to the extent of our examination, how can we allow this? We are not saying anything about your application. We are not dismissing your application nor are we allowing it today. We will take it up when the matter is listed,” the Bench mentioned.
Singhvi representing Moitra said that no monetary gain through the sharing of login credentials was proved to validate her expulsion. “Login access to portal does not amount to its use since there is an additional step for authentication in the form of an OTP. No existing code of conduct regulates the sharing of password or access, there are no existing rules, but she has been expelled under a rule on hacking,’ he stated.

Supreme Court directs Lok Sabha Secretary General to respond to Mahua’s petition 

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    We are keeping all issues open to be argued at a later point: Bench

    Supreme Court dismissed a request seeking her re-admission

    No existing code of conduct regulates the sharing of password: Singhvi

The Supreme Court has asked the Lok Sabha Secretary General to respond to a petition filed by Trinamool Congress Member of Parliament Mahua Moitra questioning her expulsion from the parliament. “We are issuing notice and will leave all issues including the issue of our jurisdiction open for a later stage. We are issuing notice, but we are keeping all issues open to be argued at a later point,” the Supreme Court bench noted.
It however dismissed a request seeking her re-admission until the hearing concluded. “That will be virtually allowing your writ petition. When we are ourselves in doubt as to the extent of our examination, how can we allow this? We are not saying anything about your application. We are not dismissing your application nor are we allowing it today. We will take it up when the matter is listed,” the Bench mentioned.
Singhvi representing Moitra said that no monetary gain through the sharing of login credentials was proved to validate her expulsion. “Login access to portal does not amount to its use since there is an additional step for authentication in the form of an OTP. No existing code of conduct regulates the sharing of password or access, there are no existing rules, but she has been expelled under a rule on hacking,’ he stated.

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