Supreme Court: 41 out of 54 MLAs are with NCP, the rest 13 ……
Supreme Court: 41 out of 54 MLAs are with NCP, the rest 13 ……

New Delhi: The war started on oath taking of Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar on Saturday in Maharashtra reached the threshold of Supreme Court. Hearing the petition filed by Maha Vikas Aghadi (NCP-Shiv Sena and Congress alliance) on Sunday, the apex court issued notice to all the parties. It includes the Maharashtra government, the central government, CM Devendra Fadnavis and deputy CM Ajit Pawar.

The apex court has sought the Governor's order and letter of support from the Solicitor General at 10:30 am on Monday. Justice Ramanna also said that there are rules laid down for every procedure, the new government will have to prove majority in the House. Explain that senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the coalition before the bench of Justices NV Raman, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice Sanjeev Khanna in the apex court, said that 41 MLA of NCP is not with BJP, even after forming government Has been approved.

Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for the Congress-NCP, said that the NCP has a total of 54 MLAs and 41 MLAs have written to the Governor of Maharashtra that Ajit Pawar has been removed from the post of Legislature Party leader. He also said that it is a complete betrayal of democracy and its assassination that the approval to form a government was given when 41 NCP MLAs are not with them. In such a situation, the question arises as to who are with the remaining 13 MLAs of NCP.

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