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Kerala court dismisses plea for removing Modi’s picture from vaccine certificate

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Nagpur: The Kerala High Court on Tuesday dismissed a writ petition seeking a directive to remove photographs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Covid-19 vaccine certificates.

The petitioner was also fined a heavy litigation cost of RS 1 lakh on the petitioner. While dismissing the plea, Justice P.V Kunhikrishnan said, “this was a frivolous petition filed with ulterior motives and I have a strong doubt that there is a political agenda also to the petitioner.”

The court further added that it was more of a publicity-oriented litigation and was a ‘fit case’ that was to be dismissed with a heavy fine.

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The petition was filed by Peter Mayaliparambil who hails from Kottayam, Kerala and claims to be a state-level master coach of Jawaharlal Nehru Leadership institute of New Delhi.

The court also said that the petitioner should study the respect which should be given to the prime minister and others by watching ‘parliamentary proceedings’ which are broadcasted on the national television channels. It further said, “The opposition leaders will object to the policies of the government with vehemence but will also address the prime minister as the Hon’ble prime minister.”



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