In June, in a major setback for AAP, the poll panel rejected the pleas of 21 AAP
legislators to drop the Office of Profit
case filed against them.
The MLAs are facing prospects of disqualification for allegedly holding Office of Profit.
Earlier in the first week of August, eight AAP
MLAs had approached the court over the same, whose plea is scheduled to be heard on November 21.
The proceedings were dropped against AAP
MLA Jarnail Singh after he resigned as the Rajouri Garden MLA to contest the Punjab
had also made it clear that the Delhi High Court
order to set aside their appointments would not come in the way of the poll panel while deciding their disqualification as "the MLAs held the posts de facto".
In November, the EC
on Wednesday has sent notices to 27 AAP
MLAs for allegedly holding offices of profit.