Maharashtra Government: Due to the changed politics in Maharashtra, no one seems to be satisfied with the change. After Uddhav Thackeray’s faction, now CM Eknath Shinde has approached the Supreme Court. Shinde has filed a fresh affidavit in the court. In this, a demand has been made to dismiss the petitions filed by the Uddhav camp. It has also been said that the Election Commission of India should be allowed to choose the ‘real’ Shiv Sena. The special thing is that the ECI has invited claims and objections from both the groups till August 8.
In the petition given by the Uddhav faction to the Election Commission, there was a demand to stop taking any decision till the decision on the rebel MLAs. Shinde has said in the affidavit that 15 MLAs cannot call a group of 39 rebels. At the same time, a close aide of the CM said, ‘The Election Commission deals with the issues of party recognition and symbol. If all the parties start approaching the Supreme Court, then what is the point of such authority.
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Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari’s decision on floor test
It has also been said in the affidavit that the Speaker should take a decision on the issue of disqualification of the MLAs and the court should not interfere. Along with this, the decision of the floor test of Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari has also been mentioned in the affidavit. This decision of Koshyari has also been challenged on behalf of the Uddhav camp.
The situation is not clear regarding cabinet expansion
The situation regarding cabinet expansion in the state has also not been cleared. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has listed the hearing on the petitions related to the split in Shiv Sena for August 3 instead of August 1. On Saturday, CM Shinde also met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. It is reported that there has been a discussion between the two for about 45 minutes regarding cabinet expansion.
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