New Delhi, June 23.
The political crisis in Maharashtra has now reached the doors of the Supreme Court. In fact, Madhya Pradesh Congress leader Jaya Thakur has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court demanding action against the rebel Shiv Sena MLAs, due to which the government in Maharashtra has come to a standstill. Jaya Thakur has demanded in the petition that Shiv Sena MLAs who have resigned or have been disqualified from the assembly, such MLAs should be barred from contesting elections for five years. Jaya Thakur has sought such directions in the petition.
‘Action should be taken against the defection leaders’
Jaya Thakur’s petition states, “Other political parties are taking the damage of this situation because of rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena and such MLAs continue to destroy the elected government in different states of our country, hence such MLAs are being punished.” Strict action should be taken.” Jaya Thakur has said in the petition that the defecting MLAs or political parties are trying to destroy the democratic fabric of our country, so we demand the immediate direction of the court.