Wednesday, August 3, 2022

"In India we often make the mistake of thinking that some leaders, individuals are parties, if..."; Shinde Group's Argument Before Supreme Court | Uddhav Thackeray vs Eknath Shinde factions Supreme court In India we confuse political party with some leaders says salve scsg 91

Shiv Sena on the party Uddhav Thackeray The group has the right that Eknath Shinde The hearing of the rebel group led by him is going on in the Supreme Court today on the power struggle in this regard. Chief Justice N. V. The hearing began around 12 noon before a three-judge bench comprising Justice Ramana, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli. During this hearing, Eknath Shinde group’s side is represented by Harish Salve and during today’s hearing, senior advocates Kapil Sibal and Abhishek Manu Singhvi initially represented Uddhav Thackeray group’s side. On a question raised by the court during the hearing, the Shinde group indirectly questioned Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s leadership. (Click here to read All updates regarding this argument)

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Harish Salve argued on behalf of the Shinde group that the defection law cannot be a weapon for leaders who have lost their majority. In this regard, Salve further said, “In India, we often mistake some leaders, individuals as parties. If some people in the party want to change the Chief Minister, this does not make it anti-party. It is an intra-party issue,” he argued.

Should a new party be formed because the leader is not meeting?
Can we form a new party just because we don’t meet our leader? This was asked by the Chief Justice. On this, Harish Salve said, “The rebel MLAs are still in the party.” Chief Justice, whose side are you currently defending? Asked that. Salve said that we are arguing on behalf of the disgruntled members of the party.

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Why did you go to the Election Commission?
Harish Salve also argued that the petition before the Election Commission and the petition in the court are not related to each other. The judge said why did you go to the Election Commission? Asked that. Answering the court’s question, Salve on behalf of the Shinde group said, “The party is one, we just want an answer as to who is the real leader.” He also once again pointed out to the court that the Defection Prohibition Act applies only if he has left the party.

What is the purpose of your approaching the Election Commission? When asked by the court, Harish Salve said, “Political events are going on after the resignation of the Chief Minister. The Mumbai Municipal Elections are around the corner. Who should get the sign? That’s the point.”

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Just because there is a majority…
Thackeray group’s lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi has alleged that not only running the government, but trying to gain legitimacy of the government by going to the Election Commission. He also stated that mere majority does not qualify legitimacy.

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