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SC hearing on Sangma plea from today

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, Oct 31 � A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court will begin hearing from tomorrow former Lok Sabha Speaker P A Sangma�s petition against the election of Pranab Mukherjee as President. A bench of Chief Justice Altamas Kabir and Justices P Sathasivam, S S Nijjar, J Chelameswar and Ranjan Gogoi will hear Sangma�s petition in which he had said that the veteran Congress leader was not eligible for the post as he was holding offices of profit on the date of filing nomination for the President�s election.

In the petition, Sangma had contended that Mukherjee was holding the offices of profit as the chairman of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata and was also the leader of the Congress Party in Lok Sabha when he had entered the Presidential race. The tribal leader from Meghalaya, who had lost the Presidential poll, had sought a direction for setting aside Mukherjee�s election as the President and declaring him as elected to the post.

Sangma had said at the time of his election as President, Mukherjee was the leader of the Congress party in the Lok Sabha which was an office of profit as the person holding this office is entitled to various facilities. � PTI

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SC hearing on Sangma plea from today

NEW DELHI, Oct 31 � A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court will begin hearing from tomorrow former Lok Sabha Speaker P A Sangma�s petition against the election of Pranab Mukherjee as President. A bench of Chief Justice Altamas Kabir and Justices P Sathasivam, S S Nijjar, J Chelameswar and Ranjan Gogoi will hear Sangma�s petition in which he had said that the veteran Congress leader was not eligible for the post as he was holding offices of profit on the date of filing nomination for the President�s election.

In the petition, Sangma had contended that Mukherjee was holding the offices of profit as the chairman of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata and was also the leader of the Congress Party in Lok Sabha when he had entered the Presidential race. The tribal leader from Meghalaya, who had lost the Presidential poll, had sought a direction for setting aside Mukherjee�s election as the President and declaring him as elected to the post.

Sangma had said at the time of his election as President, Mukherjee was the leader of the Congress party in the Lok Sabha which was an office of profit as the person holding this office is entitled to various facilities. � PTI

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