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 concerned high court in its order made yesterday, on Thursday 21st April, required the restoration of the Congress Government which is led by Harish Rawat in the state, and also made it clear in the order that the Centre did not have any concrete proof for imposing such President’s Rule in that state.
It was also seen while in the proceedings before the Uttarakhand High Court, where it had asked Harish Rawat- the Chief Minister in the state, for proving his majority of the Government on the floor of the Assembly on the 29th of this month.
Considering the importance of this most favourable verdict came from the Uttarakhand High Court, the Chief Minister- Rawat said that it was very big moment and he would never forget the same.
It was also seen while in the pending proceedings, the Bhartiya Janata Party, found blaming the ‘internal strife’ within the Congress Party for the Political crisis in the Uttarakhand State, it has stated that the said party has no right for pointing the fingers at them.
Shirkant Sharma- the BJP’s national secretary also seemed pointing the Congress party, while talking with the media and questioned as to why the Congress maintain silence when there was an allegation against the former chief minister- Harish Rawat as he was indulging in the trading of Members of Legislative Assembly.
Thus, now as per the Attorney General- Mukul Rohatgi, the said matter will be taken before the honourable Supreme Court of India, and also he will seek firstly a stay on the verdict of High Court.