Unless a general election is crucial there is no purpose to conduct such a huge exercise. The best part of democracy is to give the opportunity for new ideas. Without going to any political prediction we will discuss possible post-election scenario after 23rd May 2019. This may help us to be prepared for the volatility of corporate law in India.
Association for Democratic Reforms and another vs. Union of India
and others is a very important decision not only because it came at the eve of Indian General Elections, not only because two powerful parties Indian National Congress and Bhartiya Janata Party are accused; but also because it comes on the eve of Indian transition on companies law. The decision is a result of a writ Petition and we can find original decision here. Before going to the decision, I refer relevant legal provisions here.
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