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Maharashtra Political Crisis Eknath Shinde To Form New Party Names As Shiv Sena Balasaheb Know Rules Related To Forming New Party

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amidst the political storm in Maharashtra, rebel...

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amidst the political storm in Maharashtra, rebel leader Eknath Shinde has started trying to form his new party. It is being told that Shinde has fixed the name of his party as Shiv Sena Balasaheb. Shinde has thought of forming a new party, but there are many other aspects related to this decision, which are important to know. According to the rules, it is clearly stated in the Anti-Defection Act that if an MLA goes against his party’s whip and votes in the House, then on the complaint of the party, the Speaker or Deputy Speaker of the Assembly can disqualify him from membership.

However, if two-thirds of the party members are together and they violate the official order of the party, then action cannot be taken against them. They can form a new party or join any other party. If Eknath Shinde, who leads the rebel MLAs, feels that two-thirds of the party’s MLAs are with him, then for this he will have to write a letter to the Governor or the Deputy Speaker of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Taking cognizance of this, the Governor or the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly can order the Chief Minister to prove the majority in the House.

How will the new party be formed?

It is being claimed on behalf of Eknath Shinde that he is not a rebel, but most of the MLAs are with him, that is why the appointment of Ajay Chaudhary as the leader of the Legislature Party is unconstitutional. Let us tell you that the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly has given his approval to the request for the appointment of Ajay Chaudhary as the leader of the Legislature Party of Shiv Sena. Also, Shiv Sena’s president is Uddhav Thackeray, now if Shinde claims to be the real Shiv Sena, he will have to complain to the Election Commission to get the party and its symbol. However, according to the rules, it is necessary to first get the recognition of a separate faction. Only after that will have to go to the Election Commission for the name and recognition of the party. Only after doing all this a new party can be formed.

Shiv Sena wrote a letter to the Election Commission

Looking at the latest developments, after Shinde’s discussion of forming a new party, Shiv Sena has written a letter to the Election Commission. It said that no one should be allowed to use the name of Shiv Sena or Balasaheb Thackeray. On the other hand, rebel MLA Deepak Kesarkar told that the MLAs of Shinde faction have named their group Shiv Sena Balasaheb on Saturday. We get recognition first and then we will come to Mumbai. For this, a letter has been written on his behalf to the Deputy Speaker.

Notice issued by deputy speaker to rebels

Meanwhile, notices have been issued by the Deputy Speaker to the rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena. According to the notice, the rebels have been asked to file their replies by June 27. It is worth mentioning that Shiv Sena had requested the Deputy Speaker to suspend 16 rebel MLAs including Shinde. At the same time, on this notice, it was said on behalf of the Shinde faction that we did not come out of Shiv Sena, we are in Shiv Sena. We have a two-thirds majority. Don’t try to scare us with the anti-defection law. We will challenge the decision of the Deputy Speaker in the court.

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