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Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amidst the political crisis in Maharashtra, there...

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amidst the political crisis in Maharashtra, there is a possibility of going to the government of Mahavikas Aghadi. Not only this, Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has even indicated to dissolve the assembly. He tweeted about this. Sanjay Raut said “Maharashtra assembly is going towards dissolution”. After this tweet by Sanjay Raut, the political stir in Maharashtra has intensified, although the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not yet opened its cards. She has said that she will assess the situation now. In the midst of all these political ups and downs, let us tell you what can happen if the assembly elections are dissolved.

1. What is meant by the dissolution of the Assembly?
The dissolution of the assembly means that fresh elections will be held in the state. It is also called mid term election. Under Article 174 (2) (b) of the Constitution, the Governor can dissolve the Assembly, although for this he will need the advice of the Chief Minister. In the event of the dissolution of the assembly, mid-term elections are the only way left.

2. Can the governor turn down the CM’s request to dissolve the assembly?
If the Chief Minister gives a letter to the Governor recommending the dissolution of the Assembly, then the Governor can also reject it. The governor will take a decision in view of the current situation. If the opposition claims majority, the governor can invite them for the floor test.

3. The game isn’t over yet?
Talking about Maharashtra, the game does not seem to be over yet. Talking about the number game, the alliance of Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress is weakening in this matter and the opposition BJP and along with it the rebel leaders of Shiv Sena can win.

In the 287-member house, BJP has 106, Shiv Sena 55, NCP 53, Congress 44 and others 29. In the event of floor test in the assembly, 144 MLAs are needed to get the trust vote. Talking about the coalition government, there are a total of 152 MLAs with the government at present. There are 53 MLAs of NCP, 55 of Shiv Sena and 44 of Congress. However, if the alleged 42 rebel MLAs are removed out of 152 MLAs, then the Uddhav Thackeray-led government will fall short of 34 MLAs to prove its majority.

Whereas BJP currently has 106 MLAs. They need 38 more MLAs to prove their majority. If you add 42 MLAs, the alleged rebels of Shiv Sena, then the total number of BJP will reach 148. Apart from this, if 13 independents are added, then the figure of BJP will reach 161, which is 17 MLAs more than the majority. In such a situation, if the opposition parties claim majority by going before the governor, then before dissolving the assembly, they can give a chance to the floor test.

4. If elections are held, they have to be held within 6 months
According to the Election Commission of India, if the assembly is dissolved before 6 months of its term, then mid-term elections are not held. The commission has a fixed time to hold elections to the Legislative Assembly of a state, although in exceptional circumstances, under the constitutional authority, the commission can conduct elections after the fixed time. Talking about Maharashtra, there are still 2 years left for the tenure of the Assembly. In such a situation, it will become mandatory for the Election Commission to conduct elections. If we look at the process of election under the constitution, we will find that if any assembly is dissolved under normal circumstances, then elections have to be held within 6 months and then the assembly meeting is called.

5. Now the ball is in the governor’s court?
In the current political crisis in Maharashtra, the ball is not yet in the governor’s court. Unless the CM recommends the dissolution of the assembly or the opposition demands a trust vote, the governor is out of the present situation. However, once the CM recommends the dissolution of the assembly or the cabinet resigns, the ball will go to the governor and he will take the final decision. Experts say that if the opposition demands a trust vote test of the government from the governor, then deciding on his discretion, he can convene a special meeting of the house. At the same time, in the event of resignation by the government, the Governor can invite them to form the government on the claim of the opposition.

6. The story of CM-Governor feud is old
The story of the dispute between the Governor and the Chief Ministers is not new in the country. West Bengal is the latest example of this. Recently, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Maharashtra to participate in a program, Deputy CM Ajit Pawar targeted Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari from the stage itself. After the formation of the government of Mahavikas Aghadi in the state, there were many such occasions when the government and the Raj Bhavan were face to face with each other. There was an atmosphere of tension between Shiv Sena, government and Raj Bhavan on the issue of nominating Uddhav Thackeray to the Maharashtra Legislative Council.

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