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Maharashtra news: Special two-day assembly session from July 3

A trust vote is also likely to be held during the two-day special assembly session.

Reported By : Dinesh Mourya Edited By : Paras Bisht | Mumbai
Updated on: July 01, 2022 15:14 IST
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Rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde meets BJP leader and former Maharashtra Governor Devendra Fadnavis at his residence, in Mumbai. 

Highlights

  • Special two-day assembly session from July 3
  • A communique was issued by state legislature secretariat to the members of the assembly
  • A trust vote is also likely to be held during the session

A special two-day session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly will commence here from July 3. A trust vote is also likely to be held during the session. Shinde, who has the support of 39 MLAs of the breakaway Shiv Sena group, 10 legislators of smaller parties and independents and 106 MLAs of the BJP is expected to move the motion of confidence on the floor of the House during the two-day session. 

A communique issued by the state legislature secretariat to the members of the assembly said the election to the post of the Speaker of the House will be held on July 3. Nominations for the post will be accepted till 12 noon on July 2. During the cabinet meeting held on Thursday chaired for the first time by Eknath Shinde, soon after he took over as the new chief minister of the state, it was decided that the special session of the assembly will be held on July 2 and 3. However, the dates have been rescheduled.

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The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on July 11 the plea of Shiv Sena chief Sunil Prabhu seeking suspension of Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and 15 rebel MLAs from the assembly against whom disqualification pleas are pending. A vacation bench comprising Justices Surya Kant and J B Pardiwala was urged by senior advocate Kapil Sibal that the plea needed urgent hearing due to the pendency of disqualification proceedings against 16 lawmakers including the chief minister.

On June 29, the top court refused to stay the direction of the Maharashtra Governor to the 31-month-old Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) coalition to take a floor test in the Assembly on Thursday to prove its majority after which the beleaguered chief minister Uddhav Thackeray quit office.

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