The Kerala High Court rejects the CPIM MLA's complaint about allegedly anti-Indian Constitution statements.

Kerala High Court dismisses petition to declare that Saji Cherian is not entitled to hold office of MLA . Cherian alleged that Indias Constitution can be used to loot the people of the country .

Kerala, December 8 : After a petition attempting to declare that ex Minister and current CPIM MLA Saji Cherian is not entitled to hold the office of MLA after his alleged remarks on India's Constitution, the Kerala High Court dismissed it on Thursday.Cherian had alleged that India's Constitution can be used to loot the people of the country.It was prepared by the British, and Indians designed it and implemented it.It's been 75 years.India created a stunning constitution that can be used to loot.

We all agree that we have a well-written Constitution.The Constitution is drafted in such a way that it can be used to depose the people of the region, said Cherian, who was speaking at a CPI-M conference in Mallapally in Pathanamthitta district in July this year.The petitioner argued that Saji Cherian had publicly insulted the Constitution in a public speech at his political meeting, and that his conduct is in violation of Articles 173(a) and 188 of the Indian Constitution, and that, in the case of being qualified, Saji Cherian was already elected as a member of the State Legislature, prima facie, and the said Constitutional provision has not been cited.According to the Court, there is no reference to the Representation of the People Act, 1951, in relation to disqualification of a Member of a Legislative Assembly.

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