The Supreme Court agreed to hear petitions regarding political unrest in Maharashtra. The petitions submitted by the former chief minister of the Udhav Thackeray camp of the state will be heard on July 20. A panel of three judges, including Chief Justice N. In Ramana to petitions. The special thing is that the Maha Vikas Agadi state government fell after about 40 Shiv Sena MLAs rebelled with the current CM Eknath Shinde.
Both Thackeray and Shinde moved the Supreme Court on the MLAs’ disqualification case. Apart from the ICC, Judge Krishna Murari and Judge Hema Kohli will hear petitions from both camps. A petition has also been filed on behalf of Chef Sina Shiv Sunil Prabhu (Udhav Camp). In this, he appealed the decision of Maharashtra Governor to summon the government of Maha Vikas Agadi to prove the majority.
Maharashtra crisis: Supreme Court may consider petitions filed on July 20 to seek imposition of president’s sentence in the state
On Monday, the Supreme Court ordered the Maharashtra state assembly chief not to take any decision on disqualification. On July 3, Rahul Narvikar of the BJP was elected president. 164 votes were cast in favour. While 107 votes were cast on the account of Shiv Sena candidate Rajan Salvi of the Udhav camp. A day before the floor test, Narvikar appointed Bharat Gogaval as the head of the Shiv Sena whip. Gogavale has been charged with this responsibility by removing Sunil Prabhu.
The special thing is that after winning the vote of confidence on July 4, the Shinde faction issued notices to 14 MLAs at Camp Uddhav. Actions have been taken against the Legal Aid for Whip Breach Act issued by Gogaval. The special thing is that both factions accuse each other of not accepting the party whip. As a result, both parties requested disqualification.