PIL filed seeking Tendulkar to obey Bharat Ratna for appearing in commercials

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The Madhya Pradesh High Court has certified a petition seeking stripping of a Bharat Ratna awarded to cricket idol Sachin Tendulkar for allegedly regulating a “fame” of a honour in “earning income by endorsing blurb products”.

A high justice dais comprising Chief Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice K K Trivedi yesterday released a gauge to Assistant Solicitor General to find out if there are any Supreme Court discipline (do’s and dont’s) for Bharat Ratna awardees and get behind to it in a week’s time.

File design of Sachin Tendulkar. AFPFile design of Sachin Tendulkar. AFP

File design of Sachin Tendulkar. AFP

The postulant V K Naswah, a proprietor of Bhopal, settled that Sachin is a renouned figure as has achieved many a universe record in a diversion of cricket for a country.

Naswah indicted Sachin of exploiting a “fame” of a top municipal endowment to foster blurb products and acquire income that he pronounced was opposite a dignity, legacy, and beliefs of a top municipal award.

Naswah pronounced that Sachin should lapse a endowment on dignified belligerent and if he fails to do so a executive supervision should frame him of a honour.

Sachin recommends some-more than 12 brands including Aviva Life Insurance, Boost (malt-based nourishment drink), MRF, Luminous and realtor Amit Enterprises.

He late from all forms of cricket final November.