Maharashtra political crisis; Notice of Supreme Court to both parties
Mumbai: Maharashtra political crisis. The Supreme Court on Monday heard a petition filed by the Shiv Sena rebels in the Supreme Court. Eknath Sinde had appealed to the Supreme Court against the Shiv Sena’s attempt to disqualify 17 rebel legislators. Asked why the Supreme Court did not first go to the High Court during the hearing, Neeraj K Khel, a lawyer who appeared before rebel leader Eknath Shinde and other legislators, said their lives were in danger in Mumbai.
However, after hearing arguments from both sides, the Supreme Court has now issued notices to almost all parties on the appeal of rebel MLA Eknath Shinde. All parties have been asked to respond to the notice issued within five days. The next hearing in the case is set for July 11, the Supreme Court said. Ajay Chowdhury, Sunil Prabhu, Deputy Speaker, Assembly Secretary, Central Government, Maharashtra Police, Shiv Sena Legislative Party leader, Sunil Prabhu have been sided in the notice.