Supreme Court's big statement about MLA and MP, says- "Decide on disqualification in four weeks..."
Supreme Court's big statement about MLA and MP, says-

The Supreme Court of India, the Supreme Court has advised Parliament to reconsider the powers of the Speaker of the House in the case of disqualifying MPs and MLAs. The Supreme Court has given this directive while passing judgment in the disqualification case of Manipur Forest Minister T Shyamkumar. Also, the Supreme Court asked the speaker of the assembly to decide on the disqualification in four weeks. If the speaker does not take a decision within four weeks, then the petitioners can come to the Supreme Court again.

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According to media reports that Congress MLAs Fazurrahim and K. Meghchandra had filed a petition in the Supreme Court disqualifying Minister T Shyamkumar. During the hearing, the Supreme Court has said that the speaker is also a member of a political party. Currently, the speaker has the right to disqualify MPs and MLAs. In such a situation, the decision of the speaker cannot be without bias.

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Apart from this, the Narendra Modi government had given Rs 4,700 crore in the last budget for the welfare schemes of the minorities. Now it has been challenged in the Supreme Court citing discrimination against Hindus. 5 people of UP have filed this petition. The central government will respond to the notice issued on this petition in 4 weeks.

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