Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Maharashtra news live updates SC to hear Shiv Sena pleas today maha political crisis ed to quiz Sanjay Raut

SC on Disqualification Plea, 3 August 2022: When the power struggle is going on in the state, everyone’s attention is on what the verdict of the Supreme Court will be. The hearing would have been held in the Supreme Court today Uddhav Thackeray And the argument was made by the Shinde group. Uddhav Thackeray’s lawyers repeatedly argued that the rebels had no option but to merge with another party. While the Shinde group repeatedly claimed that they are still in the party and have not left the membership. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court asked Shinde group’s lawyer Harish Salve to prepare a new written argument and clarified that it will hold a hearing tomorrow i.e. Thursday. Chief Justice N. V. The hearing was conducted before a three-judge bench of Justice Ramana, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli.

A combined hearing was held today on the petitions challenging the legitimacy of the Shinde government, the petitions challenging the legitimacy of the Legislative Assembly Speaker and the petitions challenging the notices issued by the Deputy Speaker regarding the disqualification of Shinde group MLAs. On this occasion, arguments were made on behalf of Uddhav Thackeray, Shinde Group and the Governor. During the hearing, when the Shinde group demanded to give the power of decision to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the Supreme Court rebuked it.

Originated by the Central Election Commission Shiv Sena Party chief Uddhav Thackeray and Chief Minister Shinde have been given till August 8 to file evidence to decide who it is. The Chief Justice was requested to hear a petition challenging that decision last week. This petition was also taken up for hearing along with other petitions.

Chief Minister Shinde has taken the stand in the Supreme Court that the Shinde group claims that they have not left the Shiv Sena and a group of 15 MLAs cannot disqualify 40 MLAs. The Shiv Sena is demanding that Shinde MLAs should be disqualified for not merging with other parties as per the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution.

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The Central Election Commission has given August 8 deadline to party chief Uddhav Thackeray and Chief Minister Shinde to file evidence to determine who is the original Shiv Sena.

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