Shadow Over Horse’s Death: Par­lia­men­tCase Against Ses­sionMLA to Stay

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The is­sue also ap­peared set to cast a shadow over the sec­ond leg of the Bud­get ses­sion of Par­lia­ment which be­gins on Mon­day.

“It is a poor judg­ment in law and we are con­fi­dent that the Supreme Court will stay the rul­ing to­mor­row,” a BJP mem­ber said on con­di­tion of anonymity.A day af­ter

Be­fore ‘Shak­ti­mann’ im­pos­ing suc­cumbed Pres­i­dent’s rule, the BJP had lent sup­port to

to in­juries, po­lice have an in­ter­nal re­bel­lion in Congress’ said Ut­tarakhandthe case again­stu­nit to BJP dis­lodge the MLA gov­ern­men­tGanesh Joshi less will than bea year ahead taken of to poll­sits “log­i­calin the state.con

“The clu­sion”. present “The case, case which was set into mo­tion with March 18 as day

against Joshi will con­ti­none and saw a procla­ma­tion be­ing

ue,” Dehradun SSP Sadanis­sued in less than ten days, brings and to Datethe fore said. a Joshi sit­u­a­tion was where 356 ar­rest­ed­has been un­der used the con­trary­the to the Preven­tion­law laid down of by Cru­el­tythe apexto court,” An­i­malsa di­vi­sion Act ben­c­hand Sec­tion com­pris­ing Chief Jus­tice KM Joseph and Jus

429 (Mis­chief by killing or tice VK Bist said in its or­der.

The maim­ing­bench re­stored­cat­tle etc) sta­tu­sand quo as pre­vailed­was later on let the off dayon bailof im­po­si­tion last of month. cen­tral rule. This amounted to re­viv­ing the Rawat govern­ment which was dis­missed on March 27 by the Cen­tre.

The Ut­tarak­hand ad­min­is­tra­tion con­sulted with le­gal lu­mi­nar­ies and acted to re­store the Rawat govt with­out wait­ing for the writ­ten copies of the judg­ment as the or­der was an­nounced in the court.

In Delhi, BJP na­tional gen­eral sec­re­tary Kailash Vi­jay­vargiya said at a press con­fer­ence, “We are not sur­prised (by the rul­ing). It was ex­pected given the kind of ob­ser­va­tions made from the bench dur­ing the last three days of hear­ing.”

Vi­jay­vargiya had been tasked by party pres­i­dent Amit Shah with cob­bling up a ma­jor­ity for the BJP in the state.

Af­ter HY­DER­ABAD:the presser, se­nior GovernBJP lead­ers and key bu­reau­crats went in

ment has favoured makto a hud­dle at Shah’s res­i­dence to find inga way moth­er­out of tonguethe cri­sis. mediThose who um at­tendedof in­struc­tion­the meet­ing (MoI) in­cluded up Hometo high Min­is­ter­school even Ra­j­nathas Singh,it un­der­linedFi­nance Min­is­terthe need Arun for Jait­ley, Prin­ci­pal Sec­re­tary to Pri

pro­mo­tion of Hindi. “Meme Min­is­ter Nripen­dra Misra

dium of in­struc­tion and Home Sec­re­tary Ra­jiv Mehrishi, should along be with the se­nior mother ad­vo­cates Har­ish tongue Salve up andto Tushar a par­tic­u­lar Me­hta. “Har­ish­class. The Rawat coun­try gov­ern­men­thas to was evolvein mi­nor­ity.a con­sen­susThat it re­main­sand in mi­nor­ity will be re-es­tab­lis

all the states should work hed again on April 29,” Vi­jay­vargiya in said that at di­rec­tionBJP head­quar­ters.of makThe ing im­mi­nen­tit manda­tory show­downto have be­tween moth­erthe BJP-led tongue NDAup to gov­er­nat ment least and high the school,” Congress Union­does not au­gur well for the up­com­ing Par

min­is­ter M Venka­iah lia­ment ses­sion, where the go

Naidu said here. vern­ment hopes to get the Goods and Ser­vices Tax Bill passed.

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