Demand for action on vacant seats of Maharashtra MLC

New Delhi: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Citing Governor’s Inaction on Approved Candidates The issue of keeping 12 seats vacant has been raised. For over 18 months now.

Shiv Sena leader and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anil Parab said, “This is the first time that a court has interfered in the proceedings of the legislature. We will go through the detailed order, but since it has been mentioned that constitutional posts should not be held. A similar rule should be applied for the 12 MLC posts that remain vacant for more than six months, where the governor, despite approving the names of the state cabinet, is not moving forward.”

Shiv Sena MLA Bhaskar Jadhav, who was the pro tem assembly speaker at the time of the incident and alleged abuses by BJP legislators, said the court has given the verdict, but ultimately the Speaker will decide whether to allow him to re-enter. MLA.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and state minister Nawab Malik said the decision to suspend the MLAs was not taken by the state government but by the legislature. “Let the complete copy of the order be handed over to the Legislative Secretariat,” he said. After reading this, the further course of action will be decided.