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

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Sudhir Sharma has said that he will challenge the decision of canceling the membership in the court.

MLA Sudhir Sharma - Photo: Diary Times

MLA Sudhir Sharma - Photo: Diary Times

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Six Congress MLAs disqualified under the anti-defection law in Himachal Pradesh will challenge the decision in the High Court. Six Disqualified Congress MLAs Will try to get a stay from the court. If relief is not received from the High Court then Six Disqualified Congress MLAs can approach the Supreme Court.

If there is no relief even from the Supreme Court, then if there is no membership then re-elections will have to be held on their seats in six months.

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There are many legal hurdles in this right now. Sudhir Sharma has said that he will challenge the decision of canceling the membership in the court.

Sudhir Sharma has said that On Wednesday 28th February, we came to the Assembly House and also signed the register. He said that the Speaker himself did not come to the House for one and a half hours. We did not receive any notice, only one member received it. We don’t do politics out of fear. It is certain that the government will act in the interest of the state. The government is in minority.

At the same time, the Assembly Speaker said that he signed the register. He gets a daily allowance of Rs 5000 per day. But despite issuing a whip while presenting the Finance Bill in the House, six Congress MLAs did not turn up. Therefore action was taken.

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.

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