Plea In Court To Stop 6 Defecting BSP MLAs Function As Congress Legislators

Six BSP MLAs had defected to the Congress in September final 12 months. (Representational)

Jaipur:

BJP MLA Madan Dilawar and the BSP on Tuesday moved a division bench of the Rajasthan Excessive Court docket difficult an order of its single-judge bench which refused to place a keep on the functioning of the six BSP “defecting” MLAs as Congress legislators.

The 2 events had earlier moved the excessive courtroom difficult the state Meeting Speaker CP Joshi’s September 2019 resolution to permit the induction of the six BSP MLAs to the ruling Congress.

On the petitions by BJP MLA Dilawar and the Bahujan Samaj Occasion, the single-judge bench of Justice Mahendra Kumar Goyal had on July 30 sought the stands of the meeting Speaker, its secretary and the six defecting BSP MLAs, issuing them notices, returnable by August 11.

Justice Goyal, nonetheless, had not accepted the petitioners’ plea to grant interim reduction and put a keep on the six BSP MLAs’ participation Within the continuing of the Home as Congress legislators.

Madan Dilawar and BSP nationwide secretary Satish Mishra on Tuesday filed separate appeals and requested for the pressing itemizing of their pleas earlier than a division bench headed by Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty.

Six BSP MLAs — Sandeep Yadav, Wajib Ali, Deepchand Kheria, Lakhan Meena, Jogendra Awana and Rajendra Gudha – had defected to the Congress in September final 12 months and their induction to the Congress raised the ruling celebration tally to 107 within the Home of 200 MLAs.

The meeting session within the state is to start on August 14.

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