BJP MLA Suspension: The Supreme Court today quashed the suspension of 12 BJP MLAs by the legislature. After the Supreme Court verdict, BJP MLA Ashish Shelar castigated the state government.
BJP MLA Suspension
BJP leader Ashish Shelar has criticized the Thackeray government in the state for being egoistic and losing wisdom in ego. Shelar said the apex court had slammed the state government’s decision to suspend BJP MLAs, saying the decision would be important for democracy in the country.
Ashish Shelar spoke at a press conference after the Supreme Court lifted the suspension of 12 BJP MLAs. This time, he castigated the state government. The Supreme Court has ruled that the government’s decision in the state assembly is unconstitutional, illegal and irrational. He said this was the first time such a tactic had been levied on the state government. Shelar said the suspension by the state government was worse than his expulsion.
Shelar said the Supreme Court’s decision was historic. The government was given an opportunity by the Supreme Court to rectify its mistake. However, Shelar criticized the Thackeray government for losing its ego. Due to the illegal resolution of the Thackeray government, the transparent functioning of the legislature has been damaged due to the resolution of the Thackeray government. The government could have stopped the unrealistic talk about Maharashtra in the country. Shelar said the Thackeray government was at the highest level of ego.
What happened in the assembly?
The resolution on OBC reservation was tabled on the first day of the monsoon session in July last year. The resolution was about getting imperial data from the central government. This resolution was strongly opposed by BJP MLAs. At this time, some BJP MLAs caused a commotion in the House. An attempt was made to evade the scepter in front of the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. It was alleged that the table president Bhaskar Jadhav was abused. After that, 12 BJP MLAs were suspended.
Ashish Shelar (Bandra West)
Abhimanyu Pawar (Ausa)
Girish Mahajan (Jamner)
Parag Alvani (Vile Parle)
Atul Bhatkhalkar (Kandivali East)
Sanjay Kute (Jamod, Jalgaon)
Yogesh Sagar (Charkop)
Harish Pimple (Murtijapur)
Jaykumar Rawal (Sindhkhed)
Ram Satpute (Malshiras)
Narayan Kuche (Badanpur, Jalna)
Bunty Bhangadia (Chimur)