Lavoline case in Supreme Court on polling day: Petition to change consideration of case

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has asked the court to adjourn the hearing of the Lavalin case against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The application was filed by A. Francis, who was acquitted by the High Court. The application shows that some important documents have to be submitted. The petition challenging the acquittal of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will be considered tomorrow.

This is Lavalin’s 27th appearance in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is considering the Lavalin case during the state assembly elections. Justice U.U. The case will be heard by a bench headed by Lalith. The CBI had for so long asked the court to adjourn the hearing of the petition as the documents had to be submitted. Accordingly, the consideration of the petition was adjourned twenty-six times.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, former Energy Secretary K. Mohanachandran, Joint Secretary A. The court is considering the CBI’s appeal against the High Court verdict acquitting Francis. Former KSEB officials R Sivadas, Kasturiranga Iyer and KG Nair were asked to withdraw from the case. Rajasekharan has also approached the court.

The Supreme Court had earlier observed that the case was of urgent importance. Most notably, the petition will be considered by the court when the public goes to the polling booths for the Assembly elections in the state.

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