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Supreme Court grants interim relief to Eknath Shinde; Supreme Court issues notice to Maharashtra government-deputy speaker, next hearing on July 11


Bright Times News: Eknath Shinde Shibir is a big relief in the apex court. The Supreme Court has issued an interim relief till July 11 on the notice of the Maharashtra Assembly Deputy Speaker dismissing the rebels’ membership. In other words, there will be a no-confidence vote by July 11.

The court has summoned all the parties in response to this notice. At the same time, the judge strongly directed that adequate security arrangements should be made for the 39 rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. The government must also take responsibility for the safety of their families and property.

Eknath Shinde is extremely relieved by the verdict of the apex court. He tweeted that it was the victory of Balasaheb Thackeray’s Hindutva. However, Aditya Thackeray (Maharashtra minister) is reluctant to see it as a victory for the Shiv Sena. He said traitors will never win.

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Uddhav Thackeray’s government in Maharashtra has lost the majority. 38 MLAs withdrew their support. Rebel leader Eknath Shinde said this in a petition filed in the Supreme Court on Monday. The rebels approached the Supreme Court after dismissing 18 MLAs, including Shinde. The rebel leader filed a counter-petition.

The rebels have also challenged the decision of Acting Speaker Narhari zirwal to elect Ajay Chowdhury as the parliamentary leader. Eknath Shinde, the leader of the rebel camp, has been in the post since 2019. The rebel leader has filed a complaint against Army spokesperson Sanjay Raut in a petition filed in the Supreme Court.

The Shiv Sena spokesperson said in the petition that he was threatening her and the MLAs accompanying her. Sanjay Raut has warned that it will be difficult for the rebels to roam in Maharashtra, Shinde said.

Amid the Shiv Sena crisis, new rumors have been created around the summoning of Army spokesperson Sanjay Raut. The Enforcement Directorate or ED has directed the Shiv Sena MP to appear in one case on June 26. Shiv Sena spokesperson and MP Sanjay Raut did not stop mocking the summons issued by the Enforcement Directorate.

He said in a tweet that there would be no benefit in creating pressure. He said that he and Shiva’s soldiers would continue to fight against the deception. Although he was beheaded, he said he would not betray the Shiv Sena. Sanjay Raut also said that they will win this battle.

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