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Decriminalising politics: Supreme Court order will improve electoral democracy, says Election Commission

Zee News Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
In the wake of a far-reaching Supreme Court verdict at decriminalising Indian politics, Election Commission on Friday (February 14) welcomed the top court order and said it will go a long way in setting new moral yardsticks for improving electoral democracy, said a statement by the poll panel. 
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