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The green panel disposed of the petition and asked the contesting candidates to abide by the code of conduct issued by the Delhi High Court.
The high court code of conduct states that "no printing material, hoardings, banners, stickers of any nature whatsoever would be permitted in and around the high court premises in particular on the Sher Shah Suri road".
The elections of the bar council are scheduled to be held on March 16 and 17 at the Delhi High Court premises.
The plea had asked for a direction to ensure that the polls are conducted and completed without degrading the environment by adopting alternative environmental-friendly modes of campaigning with recyclable material.
A group of lawyers had earlier approached the Supreme Court, seeking its approval for having more venues for the polling instead of only the high court premises.
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