Congress pioneer Ajay Maken’s promoter Vikas Singh said that the Delhi High Court has berated the Center for not constituting a board of trustees to hear grievances against ads by states and the Central government.
“The legislatures of NCT Delhi and the Union of India have today acknowledged the notification in the matter and the High Court asked the Union of India for what reason they have not constituted a board of trustees where such grievances are to be made. In the event that the board of trustees had been shaped, the case needn’t have been heard by the court. On July 27, they will hear whether a between time request is to be gone with respect to these notices,” Maken’s supporter Vikas Singh said.
The Supreme Court had before decided that just photos of the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief Justice can be utilized for government ads which are being paid for by open trusts.
Maken had affirmed that the Delhi Government was abusing open trusts to advance the Chief Minister furthermore disregarding the Supreme Court rules on the same.
He additionally looked for a bearing from the court controlling the administration from distributed notices, including varying media and the ones on TV.