Big relief for Pilot camp: High Court stays the notice issued to MLAs

On Friday, the Rajasthan High Court has given its verdict on the petition of Sachin Pilot and other rebel MLAs. The court has given great relief to Sachin Pilot camp.

Jaipur: On Friday, the Rajasthan High Court has given its verdict on the petition of Sachin Pilot and other rebel MLAs. The court has given great relief to Sachin Pilot camp.

Today is the final of political crisis in Rajasthan for last 14 days. The High Court pronounced its verdict today on the petition of  Sachin Pilot camp against the notice issued by the Speaker to the rebel 19 Congress MLAs.

The High Court has currently stayed the notice sent by the Speaker. Now the Speaker of the Assembly cannot disqualify the MLAs. But now the High Court will hear on other matters. The law of this case will be discussed in further hearings.

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Sachin Pilot has filed an application urging the Central Government to be a part in this matter. The petition filed in the High Court states that the petitioner has challenged the constitutionality of Para-2-A of the Tenth Schedule to the Constitution, so the Central Government should be made a party to it.

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I will not join BJP: Sachin Pilot

The Rajasthan High Court has accepted the petition of Prithviraj Meena, the MLA of the Sachin Pilot faction. The MLA had demanded the central government to be a party.

Before hearing, Sachin Pilot said that I have told you earlier also today I repeat again I will not go to BJP. I am still in the Congress and I am fighting my battle within the party.

The matter:

A court petition was filed by the Sachin Pilot faction against the notice of the assembly speaker. The notice has been issued by the speaker to 19 rebel MLAs including Sachin Pilot. A petition has been filed against this notice. The hearing on this petition began on Friday. Till Tuesday, all the parties have submitted their arguments.

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