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Maharashtra Speaker should be informed that he should not take a decision now: Supreme Court


Maharashtra In the case of disqualification of MLAs in Supreme Court The hearing took place on Monday. Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the Uddhav group, said that the disqualification case will be heard in the assembly tomorrow. If the court does not hear today, tomorrow the speaker will dismiss it. Until the court hears them, they should be stopped from taking decisions. CJI NV Ramanna said that the speaker should be informed not to take a decision yet. He also said that this is a time consuming matter. The bench cannot be constituted immediately.

Maharashtra Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Narhari Jhirwal has filed a reply in the Supreme Court saying that it is not wrong to issue disqualification notices to Eknath Shinde and other rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. Jhirwal said that giving 48 hours time to reply to the disqualification notice is not wrong. The Supreme Court had given time to the MLAs to reply till July 12 for their reply on the disqualification notice in this matter. Also, in the order of June 27, the Supreme Court had issued a notice and fixed July 11 for hearing.

by this Earlier Sanjay Raut said that the way a government was imposed in Maharashtra, it is completely illegal. This government is not made according to the constitution. It is an issue of disqualification of MLAs. A decision is being taken in the Supreme Court, it will be known whether there is a constitution, law in the country or it has been murdered.

Shiv Sena After the rebellion, the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly issued notices to 16 MLAs, questioning their qualifications. The Shinde faction had moved the Supreme Court against this notice. Hearing in this matter, the court has restrained both the parties from taking any kind of action in the case of merit-disqualification of MLAs. After that, Shinde formed the government with Devendra Fadnavis and put Rahul Narvekar on the speaker’s chair. This was a setback for Uddhav.

Supreme Court asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to inform the Maharashtra Assembly Speaker not to take any decision till the court decides on the petition. The court has said that a bench should be constituted in this matter. The matter will not be listed tomorrow. The Shiv Sena camp led by Uddhav has filed its petition in the Supreme Court challenging the election of the new Speaker of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.

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