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Supreme Court Upholds Navneet Rana’s Caste Certificate Ahead of Elections

Supreme Court Upholds Navneet Rana’s Caste Certificate Ahead of Elections

The Bombay High Court’s ruling to revoke Navneet Kaur Rana’s caste certificate was overturned by the Supreme Court of India in a major legal breakthrough. In June 2021, the High Court invalidated Rana’s’mochi’ caste certificate, despite her being a well-known BJP leader and Amravati Member of Parliament. She was accused of obtaining her certificate fraudulently. But Rana has received much-needed respite from the latest verdict of the Supreme Court, especially as she gets ready to run in the next elections.

Justices JK Maheshwari and Sanjay Karol, who make up the Supreme Court bench, decided that the High Court erred in interfering with the scrutiny committee’s conclusion regarding Rana’s caste certificate. Her certificate was revoked by the High Court on the grounds that she was associated with the ‘Sikh-Chamar’ caste, according to documents, and that she was fined ₹2 lakh for falsifying documentation.

This decision is very important, especially in light of Rana’s political influence and the upcoming elections. Rana has been gaining traction in the political scene of the state. She was the independent candidate who won the reserved Amravati parliamentary seat in Maharashtra in 2019. Her recent affiliation with the BJP highlights this.

Rana expressed hope in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling and stressed the importance of the election for Amravati’s voters as well as for herself. She said that Amravati voters have a unique opportunity to contribute to the nation-building and development agenda at this historic moment.

Rana’s political career has been noteworthy since her introduction into the field after being married to BJP leader Ravi Rana. She had early disappointments, such as losing her first election in 2014, but her triumph as an independent candidate in 2019 demonstrated her fortitude and public appeal.

The timing of the Supreme Court’s decision is important since Maharashtra is preparing for parliamentary elections in each of its 48 constituencies, which are expected to take place in five phases. The fact that Rana is able to run for office without a caste certificate helps the BJP’s chances of winning in the area as political parties step up their campaigns.

In conclusion, Navneet Kaur Rana’s caste certificate was upheld by the Supreme Court before the polls, which guarantees a fair electoral process in addition to validating her qualifications. Rana is resolute in her pursuit of advancing the interests of her Amravati constituency as she gets ready to launch her campaign, solidifying her place in Maharashtra politics.

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