The Shiv Sena led by Uddhav Thackeray moves the Supreme Court against the recognition of the rebel faction. India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena The faction challenging the new president moved the Supreme Court on Monday Rahul NarvekarDecision to recognize Chief Minister Eknath Shinde as Shiv Sena Legislature party leader and rebel MLA Bharat Gogawale has been made the party’s chief whip.
Petitioner Sunil Prabhu, who was the party’s chief whip before Gogawale stepped down, alleged that BJP Ever since Shiv Sena asked to heal a wound to form MVA government in alliance with Congress and NCP and said that BJP despite knowing full well that all rebel MLAs including Shinde faced disqualification, illegal Rebellion and seized power in various ways. Provisions of the Tenth Schedule.
Senior advocate AM Singhvi requested the bench Indira Banerjee And JK Maheshwari To list the fresh petition urgently, but the court said it would hear the petition along with other petitions of Shinde, the 16 rebel MLAs who have been served disqualification notices by the former deputy speaker as well as others at various places in the past two weeks. were given on. Phases of Political Flow in Maharashtra
Prabhu said the Supreme Court had not interfered with the June 21 decision of the deputy speaker on June 27, recognizing Prabhu as the chief whip of the Shiv Sena political party and Ajay Choudhary as the leader of the Shiv Sena legislature party. He questioned the power of the new Speaker to change the status quo when the matter is sub-judice before the SC.
He said the alleged faction led by Shinde cannot claim exemption from disqualification as there is no merger in it. “The only defense of the Tenth Schedule proceedings, pending against the delinquent MLAs, including Shinde and Gogavale, was the defense of the merger, which has not actually happened. The Shinde faction has not merged with any political party nor formed a new Political party has been formed,” he said.
“Under these circumstances, even if 2/3rd of the MLAs are forming a faction, it cannot be recognized under the provisions of the Tenth Schedule. The Speaker issuing a communication on the basis of the said 2/3rd majority is prima facie illegal, unconstitutional , and is in violation of the provisions of the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution,” Prabhu said.
“Despite the mutiny by the Shinde faction, the original Shiv Sena political party remains under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray, who was elected as the President of the Shiv Sena political party at the time of the Shiv Sena organizational election on January 23, 2018. and was duly informed to the Election Commission on February 27, 2018,” he said.