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Prayagraj court issues notice to PMO on plea seeking action against PM Narendra Modi for wearing Indian Army uniform

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The Prayagraj District Court has issued notice to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on a petition seeking registration of a case against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for wearing the uniform of Indian Army.

District Judge Nalin Kumar Srivastava issued notice to the PMO on a petition filed by Rakesh Nath Pandey under Section 153 (3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, seeking registration of a case against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said a report in the Dainik Jagran.

The application alleged that on November 4, 2021, in Nowshera, Jammu and Kashmir, the Prime Minister wore the uniform of the Indian Army, which is an offence punishable under Section 140 of the Indian Penal Code, so a case should be registered against the PM.

Earlier on December 21, 2021, Chief Judicial Magistrate Harendra Nath heard the application. At that time, the court had said that the incident did not happen within the jurisdiction of the court. The matter can be heard by the Magistrate having local jurisdiction there, it observed and rejected the application on the grounds of maintainability.

This order was challenged before the District Judge, who posted the matter for hearing on March 2.

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