Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Shinde VS Thackeray: Big relief for Thackeray group; While directing the Election Commission regarding Shiv Sena's party symbol, the Supreme Court said... | Shinde vs Thackeray Supreme Court Ask election commission to hold decision on Shivsena Party Symbol scsg 91

The Supreme Court during the hearing on the dispute over the disqualification of Shinde MLAs Uddhav Thackeray Instructions have been given to the Election Commission giving relief to the group. Election Commission Shiv Sena The Shinde group and the Uddhav Thackeray group were directed to submit documentary evidence regarding the majority in order to claim against this party. Regarding the petition filed by the Thackeray group in the Supreme Court against this, the court has said that the Election Commission should not take any decision regarding the party symbol. The court has said that the next hearing will be held on August 8. Therefore, at present, the Thackeray group seems to have got a big relief regarding the claim on the party or the election symbol. (here Click to read what happened in court today)

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Chief Minister Eknath Shinde Under the leadership of of Shiv Sena The rebel group had submitted its claim to the Shiv Sena party directly to the Election Commission last week. After this, the Election Commission has also started proceedings and directed both groups to submit documents regarding the claim against Shiv Sena. Shiv Sena party chief is against this Uddhav Thackeray His group directly knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has given directions today as the Supreme Court agreed to hold a joint hearing on this petition along with issues like disqualification of MLAs from the Shinde group, motion of no confidence against the Vice President of the Legislative Assembly, group leader of the Legislative Assembly replaced by the Shinde group and Shiv Sena, Chief Pratod.

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What did Thackeray say in the petition?
The Shiv Sena rebellion case and various petitions related to it are pending before the Supreme Court. Therefore, it has been argued in the petition of the Thackeray group that the Election Commission cannot take action on this. The Thackeray group had also demanded that the hearing of this petition should be taken along with other petitions. Accepting this demand, among other petitions, the petition regarding the Election Commission’s directives regarding which group will have the right to the election symbol and Shiv Sena is currently being heard. The Shinde group had sent a letter to the Election Commission demanding that their own group be recognized as Shiv Sena.

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What did the Election Commission say?
After the Eknath Shinde group sued the Shiv Sena party, the Election Commission directed Uddhav Thackeray and the Shinde group to submit documentary evidence of their majority. The deadline was given till August 8. It was said that the Election Commission will hold a hearing after hearing the arguments of both sides. The election symbol of Shiv Sena, bow and arrow, was also to be decided on August 8. In these instructions, it was said that the decision depends on who has the majority i.e. the number of MLAs. Therefore, the burden of the Shinde group was more heavy in the current situation. That is why the Thackeray group rushed to the Supreme Court. In this regard, the Supreme Court has now ordered the Election Commission not to take any decision about the election symbol.

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In yesterday’s hearing too, there was an argument about the election symbol
In the hearing held on Wednesday, if the Shinde group is in the Shiv Sena, why did this group approach the Election Commission, Chief Justice N. V. Ramana asked senior advocate Harish Salve. After Uddhav Thackeray’s resignation as Chief Minister, many political developments have taken place in the state, and now, as elections for local bodies including Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation will be held, Salve argued that it is necessary to clarify the right of which group on the election symbol. Kaul argued that the ongoing hearing before the Election Commission has nothing to do with the disqualification of MLAs.

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