Uddhav Thackeray will worship Saibaba and Shani Shingnapur after the Supreme Court’s decision


The Supreme Court on Thursday gave its verdict on the political upheaval in Maharashtra in June last year. The Supreme Court said that if Uddhav Thackeray had not resigned from the post of CM, it could consider restoring the government headed by him. Shiv Sena (UTB) has expressed happiness over this decision of the court. Meanwhile, party president Uddhav Thackeray will today visit the famous Saibaba temple in Shirdi and the nearby Shani Shingnapur temple in western Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district.

Supreme Court gave the much awaited verdict

It is being told that a day after the Supreme Court gave its much-awaited verdict on the political crisis of 2022 in the state due to the rebellion in the undivided Shiv Sena, former Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will visit the temples. Let us tell you that a five-judge constitution bench in its unanimous decision on Thursday said that it cannot restore the then Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Uddhav Thackeray as the former chief minister resigned in June last year without facing a floor test. had resigned from the same post. The order means that Eknath Shinde, who led the rebellion, will continue as the chief minister of Maharashtra.

what did the court say

Governor’s decision to conduct floor test was wrong

Uddhav resigns without facing trust vote, can no longer become Chief Minister

Disqualification issue of 16 rebel MLAs should be settled soon

Maharashtra political crisis: SC’s decision neither defeats nor wins, both factions of Shiv Sena are celebrating

Sent the decision related to the authority of the speaker to the larger bench

The apex court referred the decision related to the Speaker’s authority to disqualify the MLAs to a larger bench of seven judges. This bench will review whether if a proposal for the removal of a speaker is presented, can’t he decide on the disqualification of MLAs in all cases under the anti-defection law.

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