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Added on : 2022-06-27 16:14:47

The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to Maharashtra deputy speaker Narhari Zirwal, Sena chief whip Sunil Prabhu and legislature party leader Anil Chaudhary on the petitions by Eknath Shinde and 15 other dissident MLAs challenging the disqualification notice to the rebel camp. “Haste can lead to undesirable consequences,” the top court told the deputy speaker. All parties have been asked to file counter affidavits within five days. Shinde camp gets three days to respond to counter affidavits. Next hearing on July 11. The Supreme Court asked the Maharashtra government to ensure protection of 39 dissident MLAs and their family members. The top court records the undertaking by the state government counsel that no harm shall be caused to the life, liberty and properties of the 39 dissidents.

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