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Politics: Supreme Court to hear Eknath Shinde’s petition tomorrow

New Delhi: The controversy associated to the most recent political disaster in Maharashtra has reached the Supreme Courtroom. Justice Surya Kant and Justice J. B. Two petitions associated to the Maharashtra political disaster have been listed for listening to on Monday earlier than the holiday bench of Pardiwala. These petitions have been filed individually by Eknath Shide, thought-about to be the chief of the insurgent camp, and one other MLA Bharat Gogawale.

Mr. Shindene has challenged the appointment of Ajay Choudhary because the chief of the Shiv Sena Legislature Party and Mr. Gogawale has challenged the disqualification discover of 16 insurgent MLAs of Shiv Sena on behalf of the Deputy Speaker of the Maharashtra Legislative Meeting. The matter was talked about earlier than a division bench of Justice Surya Kant and Justice JB Pardiwala on Sunday, who agreed to listen to it on June 27. In considered one of these two petitions, it has been argued that for the reason that Shindegut has 32 MLAs and majority, the disqualification petition shouldn’t be maintainable. It additional stated that even the MLAs haven’t given up their membership. The petition contended that the discover was additionally not maintainable because it challenged a transfer of the bulk, which was appearing on the instructions of the chief of the get together and the chief whip elected by the bulk.

The petition additionally alleged that the Deputy Speaker didn’t give seven days to the MLAs to answer to the disqualification discover, however solely 48 hours, which is in opposition to the principles of the Maharashtra Legislative Meeting. Within the petition, it has been claimed about Ajay Chaudhary that Shinde group MLA Bharat Gogawale has been elected because the chief of his legislature get together and he must be declared the chief of the legislature get together of Shiv Sena. There was a stir in Maharashtra politics on June 21, when Balasaheb Thackeray’s loyalist Eknath left Mumbai with some MLAs and went into solitary confinement in Surat after which in Assam’s Guwahati.

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