Delhi court sent summons to BJP MP Hans Raj Hans, seeking response on ‘vague information’ in election affidavit

A Delhi court has summoned BJP MP and Sufi singer Hans Raj Hans from the North-West Delhi Lok Sabha seat for allegedly giving obscure data in the election affidavit.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Dharmendra Singh took cognizance of the cost sheet of Delhi Police filed below the Representation of People Act on January 12 and summoned singer Hans Raj Hans to seem on January 18.

The Delhi Police has filed a cost sheet in the case of Hans allegedly giving obscure details about his schooling and his and his household’s earnings tax liabilities. The court additionally issued a discover to the investigating officer and directed him to submit a report in regards to the progress made in the investigation.

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Congress chief Rajesh Lilothia had filed a legal case towards Hans Raj Hans for allegedly giving an incorrect affidavit in the course of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Hans Raj Hans was received by 5 and a half million votes

Significantly, in the thrilling contest of politics in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 in the North-West Delhi seat, BJP candidate Hans Raj Hans received a spectacular victory with greater than 5 and a half lakh votes. Hans Raj Hans defeated AAP candidate Guggan Singh and Congress’s Rajesh Lilothia and received the victory. In the triangular contest on this seat, all of the three huge events positioned bets on new faces.

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BJP candidate Hansraj Hans obtained 8,88,663 votes. At the identical time, his rival Guggan Singh of AAP had to be glad with 2,94,766 votes and Congress chief Rajesh Lilothia with 2,36,882 votes. Votes have been solid in Delhi on 12 May 2019.

North-West Delhi seat is the biggest Lok Sabha seat in phrases of voters. This is a secure seat. Most of the villages in outer Delhi are a part of this seat. Assembly constituencies like Sultanpur Majra, Mangolpuri, Kiradi, Samaypur Badli, Narela, Nangloi, Mundka, Rithala, Bawana and Rohini are coated below the North-West Delhi Lok Sabha seat.

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