Uttarakhand Crisis: High Court dismisses Petition of Nine rebel Congress MLAs; Now moving Apex Court

Uttarakhand Crisis: High Court dismisses Petition of Nine rebel Congress MLAs; Now moving Apex Court

Nainital; New Delhi: The honourable Uttarakhand High Court, on today, i.e. on 9th May dismissed the petition of nine Congress Members of Legislative Assembly through which they were challenging the decision of Speaker for their disqualification. Now this decision is immediately challenged by the rebels before the honourable Supreme Court of India. The said decision by the honourable High Court of Uttarakhand’s single judge bench of Justice- U. C. Dhyani was came by dismissing the petition and besides such dismissal the court also asked the said Members of legislative assembly…

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Uttarakhand Crisis: Challenging the HC verdict, Centre fixed to move SC

Uttarakhand Crisis: Challenging the HC verdict, Centre fixed to move SC

Uttarkhand: After a serious battle before the honourable High court of Uttarakhand, where the Centre’s stand was denied by that court and the President’s rule in the State of Uttarakhand was brought to nullity, the Centre will now move to the honourable Top court in the country, today, on Friday, 22nd April. The Centre will now approach the Apex Court with the challenge against the order of the Uttarakhand High Court where it has quashed the imposition of the President’s Rule in the State. It was seen yesterday, that the…

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HC of Uttarakhand seemed in ‘pain’ when Centre says no guarantee on revocation of President’s Rule

HC of Uttarakhand seemed in ‘pain’ when Centre says no guarantee on revocation of President’s Rule

Dehradun, Uttarakhand: The honourable High Court of Uttarakhand’s made fresh burst of criticism today, on 21st April, received by the Central Government, and in such criticism, the court pointed saying that it is ‘pained’ that the Central Government can behave like this, when centre said it cannot guarantee whether Rule of President will be revoked for the hill state. Moreover, it was pointed therein that the High Court of Uttarakhand was deciding the issue, that whether the central government has correctly decided in the March month that the State of…

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Uttarakhand High Court tells Centre, ‘Governor is not agent of Centre’

Uttarakhand High Court tells Centre, ‘Governor is not agent of Centre’

Nainital, Uttarakhand: Today, on 18th April, the honourable High Court of Uttarakhand’s Chief Justice stated that the Governor is not an “agent of the Centre,” while the said court was hearing the petition filed by the Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat where he challenged the Rule of President in the State of Uttarakhand which was imposed last month in the controversial circumstances. The High Court’s bench headed by Chief Justice- K. M. Joseph while hearing such plea also said that the emergency powers must be used in the ‘extraordinary cases’…

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Uttarakhand Crisis: High Court rejects petition filed by Nine Rebel Congress MLA’s

Uttarakhand Crisis: High Court rejects petition filed by Nine Rebel Congress MLA’s

Dehradun (Uttarakhand): Today, i.e. on Friday, 25th March, the honourable High Court of Uttarakhand has dismissed the petition, which was filed by the Members of Legislative Assembly of Rebel Congress. In the Petition, the Rebel Congress Party’s Legislators had challenged the Notice which was issued against them by Govind Singh Kunjwal- the Speaker of Assembly. The petition in which the concerned High Court has given his decision was preferred by the 9 members of the Rebel Congress Party in the State, Friday, in the early time of the Court. However,…

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