The All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) has moved the Supreme Court in opposition to the draft delimitation proposal in Assam not too long ago printed by the Election Commission of India (ECI).
AIUDF vice chairman Suzam Uddin Laskar has filed a lawsuit within the apex courtroom on July 8 difficult the draft proposal on the delineation of the state’s Assembly and Parliamentary Constituencies.
In the draft delimitation proposal, two constituencies — Patherkandi in Karimganj and the Katlicherra in Hailakandi — have been eradicated.
Instead, some seats have been added in different components of the state.
In the petition, Laskar, who’s the an MLA from Katlicherra, has requested for the constituencies be drawn in line with the 2011 census.
He additional informed the courtroom that the discharge of the draft delimitation proposal had sparked intense hostility in Karimganj, Goalpara, Hailakandi and Barpeta districts, that are closely populated by minorities.
The Assam delimitation process has sparked protests from almost all the opposition events.
Meanwhile, a workforce of AIUDF has been tenting within the nationwide capital for the previous couple of days to fulfill the Chief Election Commissioner to voice their opposition to the draft proposal.
Notably, the Supreme Court can be listening to one other case concerning the Assam delimitation process.