HP Political Crisis: Six Disqualified Congress MLAs Will Go To Court, Know What Is The Process

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Dismissed Congress MLA Rajinder Rana said that the decision of dismissal taken by the Assembly Speaker has been challenged in the High Court. Don’t do politics out of fear. There is confidence in the High Court that the decision will be beneficial.

Rajinder Rana, Sudhir Sharma, Indradutt Lakhanpal and Devendra Kumar Bhutto. - Photo: Diary Times

Rajinder Rana, Sudhir Sharma, Indradutt Lakhanpal and Devendra Kumar Bhutto. - Photo: Diary Times

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The case of six Congress MLAs disqualified under the anti-defection law in Himachal Pradesh has reached the High Court. The dismissed MLAs have challenged the decision of the Assembly Speaker in the court. They say that the Congress party has made the Congress leader from outside instead of the Congress leader from Himachal a candidate. Secondly, he has also been accused of neglecting development works in his assembly constituencies. He said that he had come to the Assembly House, but the Speaker was not present in the House. The register has been duly signed.

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Have challenged the decision in the High Court: Rana

Dismissed Congress MLA Rajinder Rana said that the decision of dismissal taken by the Assembly Speaker has been challenged in the High Court. Don’t do politics out of fear. There is confidence in the High Court that the decision will be beneficial.

Was in the assembly, has signed the register: Sudhir

Sudhir Sharma said that the doors of the High Court are open against the decision of cancellation of membership. Went to the Assembly yesterday (Wednesday), signed the register. The Assembly Speaker himself did not come to the House for one and a half hours. We did not receive any notice. Only one member has got it. The government is in minority.

Will challenge in High Court, voted due to neglect in the area: Lakhanpal

Indradutt Lakhanpal, who cross-voted in favor of the BJP candidate in the Rajya Sabha, said that the Congress party has given a candidate from outside in the Himachal Rajya Sabha elections. It would have been good if anyone from Himachal had been made a candidate. He said that there has been neglect regarding development in Nadaun assembly constituency. There has been no development work in their area.

Himachal leaders sidelined, candidates made from outside

Devendra Kumar Bhutto said that he has cast his vote while advocating the interests of the public in the election of Rajya Sabha member from Shimla seat. The Assembly Speaker has canceled the membership of the legislature. Ignoring the senior leaders of the state, a Congress candidate from outside the state was made the candidate for Shimla Rajya Sabha seat.

How many MLAs does which party have?

At present there are 62 out of 68 members left in Himachal Pradesh Assembly. Of these, Congress has 34, BJP 25 and three independent MLAs. Independent MLAs have supported BJP in the election of Rajya Sabha member. Even if he remains with BJP, BJP will have 28 members. That means the Congress government currently has the majority. To remain in the state government, 32 MLAs are required.

Kumud Sharma

Kumud Sharma is the First Well-Known Female Journalist of the Journalism World of Himachal Pradesh. I am the Founder, Editor in Chief, Managing Director, Promoter of Diary Times. As a Female Journalist, With My Experience of More Than Nine Years, I Tell You Every News of Himachal Pradesh From The Ground Level With Absolutely Accurate and Correct Information, Be it the Politics of Himachal Pradesh or the Ground Reality, My Perspective On Every News Will Give You Assurance. I Assure You That Every News of Mine Will Comply With the Expertise and Fact Checking Policy.

 

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