Monday, August 1, 2022

cm eknath shinde affidavit in supreme court against thackeray camp petition zws 70

Mumbai : true Shiv Sena Chief Minister affidavit that the Central Election Commission should be allowed to decide on this dispute Eknath Shinde has submitted to the Supreme Court. He has requested the court to dismiss the petitions submitted by the Shiv Sena leaders on the validity of the Shinde government, who is the real Shiv Sena, the dispute before the Election Commission on this issue, disqualification of MLAs.

Uddhav Thackeray There are only 15 MLAs with him and 40 MLAs behind him. Thackeray’s group is in the minority and if their demand is accepted, a difficult political situation will arise. A group of 15 MLAs with Thackeray cannot demand disqualification of 40 MLAs as rebels. MLAs of Shiv Sena took decisions within the party in a democratic manner and by majority in the legislative party meeting and office bearers in the party meeting. Shinde has requested the court that the Supreme Court should not interfere in those decisions.

Chief Justice N.V. on the petitions regarding Shiv Sena split and challenging the legitimacy of the state government. Ramana, the hearing will be held on Wednesday before a bench of Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli. At that time, the court is likely to issue an interim order on these important issues.

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