Sirsa. Municipal councilor Baljit Kaur appeared in the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday through video conferencing and pleaded with the court to withdraw the stay petition on the election for the post of prime minister. Advocate General appeared on behalf of the government and He protested the withdrawal of the petition. Along with this, senior advocate Gaurav Aggarwal also appeared on behalf of other city councilors. The government’s request to withdraw the petition was opposed. It is said that the law has been misused by the petitioner Baljeet Kaur. Along with this, he has also played with the public’s trust. Advocate General, on behalf of the government, argued that Baljit Kaur, the councilor who had filed the petition in the High Court, was publicly denied that she had filed the petition. The Council was also sworn in by the Councilor at the religious site in Sirsa. Lack of signature on his behalf in the petition, There was some talk of not giving documents. He had filed a stay petition with malicious intent, in which case his petition should not be returned now, but he should be disqualified. After hearing both the sides in the case, the High Court has ordered the government to present all the evidence in the Councilor Baljit Kaur case. October 8 has been fixed for the next hearing of the case.
What was the matter
For the last nearly two years of Sirsa Municipal Council, the day was fixed on August 4 and then on August 11, on behalf of the administration, for the post of vacant head. The district administration received information on the night of August 10 that a stay on the election of the Pradhan has been obtained from the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The stay was obtained from the court on 7 August itself. The petition for stay was shown by Councilor Baljit Kaur. Due to which the election for Pradhan was postponed on 11 August. The case caught fire when city councilor Baljit Kaur, along with several Congress leaders, reached the city council office and created a ruckus. It was stated on his part that he did not petition for a stay in the High Court. Congressmen accused the leaders of other parties of hatching a conspiracy. When Councilor husband Hardas Singh turned needle to Rinku in the case, The councilor then reached the family Gurdwara Sahib and categorically refused to file the petition. Because of this, the whole matter became mysterious as to who filed the petition in the High Court? When Councilor Baljit Kaur did not file the petition, then who filed the petition after taking his name? The entire process has to be adopted for filing the petition, then who is this person who has done this mess? After all, who wants to obstruct the election of Pradhan by misleading the court? For this reason, there is a curiosity about the appearance of Sirsa residents in the High Court as to what the result of this is. Then who is the one who played this mess? After all, who wants to obstruct the election of Pradhan by misleading the court? For this reason, there is a curiosity about the appearance of Sirsa residents in the High Court as to what the result of this is. Then who is the one who played this mess? After all, who wants to obstruct the election of Pradhan by misleading the court? For this reason, there is a curiosity about the appearance of Sirsa residents in the High Court as to what the result of this is.
Layers are opening
On 11 August, the doubts and questions were being raised by Councilor Baljit Kaur about who filed the petition, they probably got the answer today. When she appeared through video conferencing with her lawyer to withdraw the petition. Councilor Baljit Kaur said on 11 August that Alenia had never signed a stay petition. Nor did he provide his ID and other documents to any lawyer. She also denied that she never went to Chandigarh. She also said that she never met a lawyer. The councilor’s husband Hardas Singh Rinku also denied this. He also swore a family oath and called the entire case a conspiracy. The question was raised because of a question raised by Councilor Baljit Kaur, otherwise filing a petition for stay on election was not a crime. The question started popping in the mind of the public that who is he, Who filed a petition in the High Court in the name of Councilor Baljit Kaur? Whose intention is not to have the election of the Prime Minister? The whole matter itself had become a mysterious puzzle, but on 27 August the councilor appealed to withdraw the petition, which was opposed by the government. Today, the date of October 5 in the case was fixed and now the High Court has ordered the government to present evidence in the case, which will be heard on October 8. In such a situation, the difficulties of Councilor Baljit Kaur are not getting reduced.
The way the secret has started to be exposed, it will also shock the local Congress leaders that with whom did they support? Now it has also become clear that the sherra being boiled on Halopa for stay petition was completely part of politics. That the finger raised on the administration was also applicable?