Relief to Minister of State for Home Pradipsinh Jadeja: Complaint of breach of code of conduct dismissed in High Court

Distributed pamphlets without the publisher's name during Garba

Ahmedabad Dt 26. He was relieved when the High Court dismissed the complaint against Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja for violating the 2007 code of conduct.

Minister of State for Home Pradipsinh Jadeja has received relief from the Gujarat High Court. The Gujarat High Court has quashed a complaint registered in 2009 for violating the code of conduct. The order was made by the Metropolitan Magistrate Court. Which was challenged by Pradipsinh Jadeja in the Gujarat High Court. The High Court, which is hearing the case today, has made this big order. He was relieved when the complaint, registered in 2006, was dismissed.

It may be mentioned here that in the assembly elections of 2004, Pradipsinh Jadeja had registered his candidature from Asarwa seat from BJP. The code of conduct was in force in the state as polling was to be held on December 11 and December 15. During Navratri, during the Garba celebrations in Asarwa area on October 10, Pradipsinh distributed leaflets without mentioning the name of the printer and publisher. As a result, the then city Congress president Pankaj Shah had lodged a complaint against Pradeep Singh for violating the code of conduct. The complaint has been dismissed by the High Court.