Maharashtra News Shiv Sena matter heard in Supreme Court today

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Maharashtra News : The Supreme Court will hear the political crisis in Maharashtra today. A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramanna will hear the matter today. Today 5 petitions filed by Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde faction are to be heard. Senior advocate Harish Salve will appear for Shinde faction while Kapil Sibal and Abhishek Manu Singhvi will appear for Uddhav faction.

Earlier on Monday, Shinde faction had filed an affidavit saying that the petition of the Uddhav faction should be dismissed. The Shinde faction said that Uddhav Thackeray had lost majority in the assembly and the Shiv Sena was divided in a democratic way, so the court should not interfere in it. Let the Election Commission take a decision on this. Shinde faction said that it will not be decided in the court whether the department is right or not.

These petitions will be heard in the court

  1. Hearing on the petition filed against the notice of cancellation of membership of 16 MLAs of Eknath Shinde faction
  2. Hearing on notice of no-confidence motion against Deputy Speaker Narhari Jirwal
  3. Hearing on the petition against recognition of the Eknath Shinde faction as a Shiv Sena party in the assembly
  4. Hearing on petition against making Eknath Shinde as CM and floor test
  5. Hearing on petition against recognition of Eknath Shinde faction as Shiv Sena party in Lok Sabha

Supreme Court’s decision will decide the future of democracy and India: Thackeray

Earlier last week, Uddhav Thackeray had expressed confidence in the Supreme Court and said that the Supreme Court’s decision will decide the future of democracy and India. Thackeray said, Shiv Sena is fighting a legal and constitutional battle. The decision of the Supreme Court will decide not only the future of the party but also the future of democracy in the country. He said the Hindutva agenda of Shiv Sena is ‘nationalist’. The former Chief Minister of Maharashtra said, ‘There are ups and downs in politics. I am happy that people of different ideologies are joining Shiv Sena. The need of the hour is to protect the Constitution. Taking a jibe at the rebel MLAs and MPs who supported Chief Minister Shinde, Thackeray said the Shiv Sena helped “ordinary people become extraordinary” but those lawmakers left the party. “Now is the time to seek out more ordinary people and help them realize their potential,” he said. We are rebuilding our real Shiv Sena. I want to focus on the leadership potential of rural women.

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