High court reprimanded in resignation case
High court asked assembly secretary to give affidavit
After the political storm that arose on September 25 last year, this matter has become hot.
Jaipur. The Rajasthan High Court has strongly reprimanded the resignations of Congress MLAs in Rajasthan. On keeping the resignations of MLAs pending for a long time, the High Court commented verbally that keeping the resignations of MLAs pending for so long is promoting horse trading. The High Court has asked the Assembly Secretary to file an affidavit in this matter by January 30. In the affidavit, the High Court has also sought an answer whether the Speaker has the right to keep the resignations of the MLAs pending indefinitely. How long can the speaker keep the resignation letter?
During the hearing on the petition of BJP leader Rajendra Rathod, the High Court also commented on the resignation and sometimes withdrawal of the MLAs. The High Court said that if they are giving and taking resignations in this way, then how will they put forward the public opinion. Will this not encourage horse trading? Earlier on January 13, a reply was presented in the High Court on behalf of the Assembly Secretary. It was told in it that the resignations of the MLAs were rejected by the Assembly Speaker as 81 MLAs had applied to withdraw their resignations. Not 91, only 81 MLAs had resigned.
On September 25 last year, there was an earthquake in Rajasthan.
It is noteworthy that politics is going on in Rajasthan for the last four months regarding the resignations of MLAs. On September 25 last year, at the time of the political upheaval again in Rajasthan, the MLAs of the Gehlot faction submitted their resignations to the Assembly Speaker. These MLAs of the Gehlot faction feared that the observers sent by the high command would pass a one-line proposal to make Pilot the CM. Due to this apprehension, the MLAs of the Gehlot faction did not attend the meeting called by the supervisors and decided to resign in a separate meeting at the bungalow of Shanti Dhariwal, a senior minister in the Gehlot cabinet.
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Deputy leader Rajendra Rathore took the matter to the High Court
After that this fight of Rajasthan Congress had completely come on the road. In this case, the party had given notice to Gehlot faction ministers Shanti Dhariwal, Mahesh Joshi and RTDC chairman Dharmendra Rathod on charges of indiscipline. Last days Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathod had filed a petition in the High Court regarding the resignations lying with the Speaker for a long time and not accepting them. A debate is going on in the High Court on this.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 21, 2023, 10:36 IST