Nanda had given his opinion after chief minister Amarinder had sought it following a controversy over Sidhu’s continuing with the show even as he was inducted in the cabinet on March 16.
The advocate general had opined that there was no violation of the Constitution, the Representation of People Act, 1951, or the Code of Conduct in this case.
A Chandigarh lawyer has approached the Punjab and Haryana high court seeking a restraining order against cricketer-turned-politician and Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu’s participation on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ on a private television channel.
With the aim to serve Sikh community globally and promote tourism, UK-based People Over Profit (POP) -- a new low-cost, long-haul airline -- will be launching its operations in April 2017.
While a one-way ticket will cost £176 (around `15,000), including taxes, the round trip will cost £350 (`30,000).
The flight will take off from London at 7pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and reach Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar, at 6am the next day.
He has cited that in the ’90s a full bench of the Andhra Pradesh high court had held that then chief minister NT Rama Rao’s participation in films was not appropriate as per his post, it is learnt.
It was on March 25 that Punjab advocate general Atul Nanda had opined that there was no conflict of interest between Sidhu’s office as minister and his working for television shows.