Maharashtra State Legislative Assembly adjudged the petitioner guilty of contempt of the Assembly for avoiding to submit his written explanation under his own signature to its Committee on Privileges and for declining to appear before the Committee for tendering the evidence and resolved that the petitioner be imprisoned in a civil prison for two days. The Speaker of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly consequently issued the warrant of commitment on 27-3-2008 which was executed by a Senior Inspector of Police on the very day and on 28-3-2008, on completion of two days’ imprisonment, the petitioner was released from the prison.
Bombay High Court dismissed this Writ Petition by the State Election Commission, Nandlal.
Nandlal Vs Principal Secretary on 14 Aug 2008
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