SC suspends Delhi High Court order asking EC to allot pressure cooker symbol to TTV Dhinakaran's AIADMK faction

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday kept in abeyance a Delhi High Court order asking the Election Commission to consider allotting the 'pressure cooker' poll symbol to the AIADMK faction led by TTV Dhinakaran.

File image of TTV Dinakaran. PTI

File image of TTV Dinakaran. PTI

A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice AM Khanwilkar also asked the acting chief justice of Delhi High Court to set up a two-judge bench to decide the main dispute between the two AIADMK factions, led by Tamil Nadu chief minister EK Palaniswamy and Dhinakaran, over their rival claims on the party and its 'two leaves' symbol by April end.

The Delhi High Court had on 9 March directed the poll panel to allot a common symbol, preferably that of 'pressure cooker', and a name to the AIADMK (Amma) faction led by Dhinakaran.

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Updated Date: Mar 28, 2018 13:25:34 IST

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