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Supreme Court Allows EC To Decide Which Shiv Sena Camp Is Real, Rejects Uddhav’s Plea

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Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the Election Commission to decide which faction between Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde be recognised as the ‘real’ Shiv Sena.

The court also allowed the EC to decide on the allotment of the bow and arrow symbol of the party. The Supreme court rejected Thackeray group’s plea seeking stay on proceedings before the EC.

The Constitution seat drove by Justice Chandrachud permitted the poll body to conclude which group between Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde be perceived as the ‘genuine’ Shiv Sena party and who will be allocated the bow and bolt image.

“We direct that there would be no stay of the procedures before the Political race Commission,” the seat likewise involving Judges MR Shah, Krishna Murari, Hima Kohli and PS Narasimha said, dismissing Thackeray group’s request trying to control the EC from concluding the Shinde gathering’s case over the “first” Shiv Sena.

The Maharashtra political tussle was among the cases that were live gushed by the High Court in a noteworthy first.

The Apex Court today started live-streaming its constitution seat procedures. The protected seat cases which were live-streamed today incorporate the Financially More vulnerable Segment (EWS) standard case, the Shiv Sena versus Shiv Sena case and the matter relating to the legitimacy of the All India Bar Assessment.

The top court passes judgment on drove by CJI Lalit last Tuesday chose to begin live spilling of court procedures under the steady gaze of the five-judge constitution seats. At a full court meeting, the appointed authorities were consistent that the live spilling of hearings in significant issues before the constitution seats could be started on need premise, as the most vital move towards execution of the top court’s 2018 judgment.

In August, the High Court live streamed its procedures interestingly since its beginning. The notable move came on the day when the stately seat of the top court gave goodbye to CJI Lalit’s ancestor NV Ramana.

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