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1998 Narasimha Rao Case

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Should legislators enjoy immunity from prosecution for accepting bribe for votes?

The Supreme Court on Wednesday referred to a seven-judge bench to reconsider its 1998 judgement in the P V Narasimha Rao case, infamously known as 1993 JMM bribery case, granting immunity to MPs/MLAs from prosecution even if they accepted bribery and voted inside the House or asked a question in a particular manner.

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Supreme Court Refers 1998 Narasimha Rao Case on MP’s Immunity from Prosecution to 7-Judge Bench Judiciary
Supreme Court Refers 1998 Narasimha Rao Case on MP’s Immunity from Prosecution to 7-Judge Bench

Supreme Court's 7-judge bench to reconsider the 1998 Narasimha Rao case, which granted immunity to MPs/MLAs from prosecution for bribery related to their parliamentary activities. Learn about the implications and the constitutional debate.

Advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay Files Supreme Court Plea to Revisit 1998 Narasimha Rao Case, Targeting Corruption in Indian Parliament [Read Petition] Judiciary
Advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay Files Supreme Court Plea to Revisit 1998 Narasimha Rao Case, Targeting Corruption in Indian Parliament [Read Petition]

Explore the plea filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in the Supreme Court, seeking a relook at the 1998 Narasimha Rao Case that involved bribery by JMM MPs. Discover the significance of this move in the fight against corruption in India.

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