The Shiv Sena on November 12 moved the Supreme Court challenging the Maharashtra governor's decision of not granting it the three days to submit the letter of support for government formation in the state.The lawyers, appearing for the Shiv Sena, told PTI that they have made a request to the registrar for according urgent hearing on November 12 itself and they are yet to get a response.The Shiv Sena has sought a direction from the apex court to quash the governor's Monday decision not giving it the opportunity to prove majority on the floor of the House.Close The party has termed the decision as unconstitutional, unreasonable, discriminatory, capricious and mala fide. related news If BCCI changes reformed constitution, it would be ridiculing SC: Lodha panel secretary India's GDP likely to grow 5% this fiscal: SBI report Jharkhand Assembly polls 2019: Drawing lessons from Haryana and Maharashtra, BJP tries to curb rebellion "The governor refused to grant even three days time … [Read more...] about Shiv Sena moves SC, seeks hearing against Governor’s decision of not giving time to submit letter of support
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