Uttarakhand Crisis: Order of High Court receives Supreme Court’s quashing

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New Delhi: After the High Court’s ruling, the Uttarakhand’s crisis brought to the honourable Supreme Court of India which in its consideration considering the said quashing of the imposition of the President’s rule in the State of Uttarakhand.

It was earlier seen in the history of the matter that after two consecutive days of the hearing on the issue which the brought before the Court by the ousted Congress Chief Minister- Harish Rawat, the court found stated that the said imposition of the President’s Rule by Centre in the concerned State stood null and void.

It was also seen that nearly about twenty- four hours after, the decision for quashing the Presidential Proclamations was issued Nainital High Court, where it had also restored the CM- Harish Rawat as on his post, the Congress was in fix with the Supreme Court staying the order of the High Court till the 27th day of April.

It was seen that the Centre to protect its decision brought the matter to the Top Court where it had challenged the said quashing verdict of its decision by the High Court of Uttarakhand.

Moreover, notably, the leaders from the Bhartiya Janata Party held a meet on a day before yesterday, on Saturday 30th April, with the Governor- K. K. Paul and demanding that the legal action be taken against the former CM- Harish Rawat for the Uttarakhand State and also against his cabinet ministers for misusing their offices.

Thus, it was seen that the Centre’s ruling party- BJP which earlier with the order of the high Court of Uttarakhand stunned, again felt re-energized with the observation which were made by the Top Court.

In the order which was passed by the High Court, it had observed that time that the Centre had imposed the said President’s Rule in the State under Article 356, based on the false facts. And commenting on such decision the Rebel Congress Member of Legislative Assembly- Vijay Bahuguna, found stated that he was quite hopeful that view of HC would not find favour with the Supreme Court.

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