Maharashtra floor test: SC to pronounce order tomorrow at 10.30 am
Supreme Court to examine all valid on the flood test for the issue on the Maharashtra.
According to reports, the Supreme Court is going to examine all relevant and vital material before it says ok to any order on the Maharashtra issue. Under the supervision of Justice N V Ramanna along with directed Solicitor General Tushar Mehta who's going to produce before it the letter of the Governor, allowing or inviting Devendra Fadnavis to form the government.
The court also sought for the letter Fadnavis wrote to stick a claim to made the government. However, the court state that it would commence hearing on the matter at 10:30 am on November 26. It also said that an proper and suitable order will be passed only after it would go through all the vital material.
However, the parties such as Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress combine on Saturday night and filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking quashing of the Maharashtra governor's decision to swear-in BJP's Devendra Fadnavis as chief minister and demanded an immediate floor test to avoid 'further horse trading.'
According to reports, after a comprehensive and long talk the three parties finalised a common minimum programme for a post-poll alliance called MVA, and on November 22, it was announced that Uddhav Thackeray would be the alliance's chief ministerial candidate which didn't happen at last.
However, while filing the petition the plea said, 'Facing the prospect of a non-BJP government staking claim to power, the BJP on the intervening night of November 22 and 23 resorted to political machinations in an attempt to install a completely unconstitutional BJP government in the state.'
The three combine patties has also filed a separate application seeking direction for summoning of a special session of the assembly for swearing-in of MLAs and a floor test .
However, a Video recording of the floor test and placing copies of the video will be performed before the court and a speaker will be appointed to preside over the conduct of the floor test were also sought in the application.