New Delhi, ANI. Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda, who has been convicted in the corruption case, is yet to contest the election. The Delhi High Court has given a severe blow to Madhu Koda on Friday. The court rejected the demand to stay the order of conviction in the coal block allocation case.



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The High Court held that it would not be appropriate to allow the appellant to contest elections for any public post until it was finalized.

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