Cash-for-query: HC refuses to hear MPs' plea

Updated on Jan 31, 2006 02:12 PM IST

The application seeks a direction to the Union Govt to provide expelled MPs with all privileges until the issue was resolved by the SC.

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The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to entertain till February 16 an application moved by five expelled MPs in the cash-for-queries scandal.

The application seeks a direction to the Union Government to provide them with all privileges as MPs, until their expulsion issue was resolved by the apex court.

A Division Bench of Justice Vijender Jain and Justice Rekha Sharma, while refusing to entertain the plea at this stage, however, gave an assurance that it would examine the plea after February 16 if there was no order from the Supreme Court to transfer the petitions relating to the MPs issue to itself.

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