In democracy such as ours, the purity and sancity of elections, the sacrosanct and sacred nature of the electoral process must be preserved and maintained. The valuable verdict of the people at the polls must be given due respect and candour and should not be disregarded or set at naught on vague, indefinite, frivolous or fanciful allegations or on evidence which is of shaky or prevaricating character. It is well settled law that onus lies heavily on election petitioner to make out a strong case for setting aside an election. At the same time, it is necessary to protect the purity and soberity of the elections by ensuring that the candidates do not secure the valuable votes of the people by undue influence, fraud, communal propaganda, bribery or other corrupt practises as laid down in the act.
Our Law Firm challenges every corrupt practises mentioned in section 123 of the Representation of People Act,1951 in the Commission as well as respective High Courts of concerned state.