Maharashtra political crisis: Maharashtra Congress leader Jaya Thakur in the midst of the ongoing political turmoil (Jaya Thakur) the Supreme Court (Supreme Court) Petition has been filed in. In his petition, he has demanded from the court that action should be taken against the rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena under the anti-defection law. Apart from this, in his petition, he has demanded a five-year ban on the defecting MLAs from contesting elections. Jaya has said in her petition that the defection of MLAs is unconstitutional. Jaya Thakur said that political parties are trying to spoil the democratic structure of the country, so there is an urgent need for the intervention of the court in this matter. Jaya said her argument pertains to the importance of party politics in a democracy and the need for stability within the government to facilitate good governance under the Constitution.
Jaya, who filed the petition in the Supreme Court, said, “We need to clarify the line between dissent and defection, so that democratic values can be kept in balance with other constitutional considerations.” He said that the role of the Speaker is important in maintaining a balance between democratic values and constitutional ideas. The application also mentions the political crisis in the Manipur Legislative Assembly in 2017 and the Karnataka Legislative Assembly in 2019 and the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 2020. Jaya Thakur has said in her petition that last year also she had filed a petition in the Supreme Court and told how the government was being brought down by defying the anti-defection law.
Uddhav said – I am ready to leave the post of CM, once come forward and say it
Breaking his silence on the crisis faced by the government due to the rebellion of rebel Shiv Sena leader and minister Eknath Shinde, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Wednesday that if the rebel MLAs declare that they do not want to see Thackeray as the CM, they will do their best. Ready to step down. He said that if Shiv Sainiks feel that Thackeray is not capable of leading the party, then he is ready to give up the post of Shiv Sena president as well. Thackeray said, ‘Why are you giving statements from Surat and other places? Come before me and tell me that I am not capable of handling the posts of Chief Minister and Shiv Sena President. I will resign immediately. I will keep my resignation ready and you can come and take it to the Raj Bhavan. He said that he would be happy to see a Shiv Sainik as his successor on the chief minister’s post.
I don’t want to cling to power: Uddhav Thackeray
Thackeray said, ‘If my own people don’t want me, then I don’t want to cling to power. I am ready with my resignation letter if any rebel comes forward and tells me that he does not want me as Chief Minister. If Shiv Sainiks tell me so, then I am also ready to leave the post of Shiv Sena President. I face challenges head-on and never turn my back. He said that he did not run away from his responsibilities and reiterated his commitment to Hindutva. He said, ‘I am such a person who does any task assigned with full determination. It is being discussed these days that Shiv Sena is no longer the party of Balasaheb Thackeray and is leaving Hindutva.
Hindutva is the breath of Shiv Sena: Uddhav
He said the rebels were trying to grab the issue of Hindutva and questioning the commitment of Shiv Sena to the ideology. “Hindutva is the breath of Shiv Sena. I was the first chief minister to speak about Hindutva in the assembly. Let us inform that Shinde has claimed 46 MLAs to be on his side.
Uddhav vacated his official residence Varsha
Let us tell you that the government in Maharashtra can fall at any time. Uddhav Thackeray, who proposed to leave the post of Chief Minister, has vacated Varsha, the official residence of the Chief Minister. He has reached his family bungalow Matoshree in Bandra with his wife and son. During this, Shiv Sainiks present in large numbers outside Matoshree welcomed him. On the other hand, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has claimed on Wednesday night that Uddhav Thackeray will continue to be the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. They say that if we get a chance, we will prove our majority in the floor test.
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