Relief for Sachin Pilot: Rajasthan High Court verdict on July 24
The high court has granted Sachin Pilot three days' leave on the political struggle in Rajasthan. The High Court will now give its verdict till July 24.
Jaipur: The high court has granted Sachin Pilot three days' leave on the political struggle in Rajasthan. The High Court will now give its verdict till July 24. The High Court has asked Assembly Speaker CP Joshi not to take any action till July 24. Right now it is being discussed in the High Court whether a decision should be given on July 24.
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 today, all the parties have submitted their arguments.
Verdict on 24th July:
It was believed that a decision could come today on the petition filed by the Sachin Pilot camp in the Rajasthan High Court. But now the High Court will give its verdict till July 24. The future of Gehlot government rests on this decision.
19 rebel MLAs with Sachin Pilot:
If the Assembly's notice is upheld, the Speaker will get the right to terminate the membership of the legislators. In the 200-member assembly of such Rajasthan, 19 MLAs will be reduced and then the total members will be considered 181. A majority figure of 91 is required and Gehlot has the support of 101 members.
In Rajasthan, the fight between Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot is not taking the name of freeze. The political upsurge continues. The good news for Sachin Pilot is that now people of Gurjar community have also come out in support of Pilot. A panchayat will also be held in Gurugram in Haryana in support of Sachin Pilot, which will include people from Gurjar community from several states.