Delhi HC rejects petition seeking de-recognition of YSRCP
The Delhi High Court on Friday rejected Anna YSR Congress’ petition seeking withdrawal of the standing of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) as a “recognised party” and to de-register it for utilizing the ‘YSR Congress Party’ abbreviation.
The YSR Congress Party is at present the ruling get together in Andhra Pradesh led by Chief Minister Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy.
Anna YSR Congress, which claims to be a registered political get together fashioned in September 2015 in Andhra Pradesh, in its petition had mentioned it was aggrieved by the “illegal and unlawful appropriation and unauthorised usage” of the ‘YSR Congress Party’ abbreviation in YSR Congress Party’s letterheads, marketing campaign materials and different collaterals of get together administration.
Anna YSR Congress claimed that the Election Commission had in September 2010 issued clear instruction to the YSR Congress Party barring it from adopting the abbreviation “YSR Congress Party” as its get together title.
Further particulars of the judgment are awaited.