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De-register SAD, it’s not secular: Delhi HC urged

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had obtained its registration by “fraud” and this should be cancelled, the Delhi High Court has been told.

A division bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice RS Endlaw was also informed by counsel for social worker and Socialist Party of India vice president Balwant Singh Khera, who filed the PIL seeking cancellation of registration, that “SAD was a religious organisation and not a secular political party.” Advocate Indira Unninayar, appearing for Khera, asked the court to cancel the SAD’s registration on the ground that this had been obtained through fraudulent methods. “The leading political party SAD had obtained registration by fraud,” she argued.
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