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Rajasthan: Resignation case of 91 Congress MLAs, HC seeks reply from Speaker-Secretary


91 Congress MLAs convened a parallel meeting and submitted their resignations to the Speaker
Article 212 of the constitution is important in cases of such disputes between the judiciary and the legislature.

Jaipur. The High Court has summoned the Speaker and Secretary of the Assembly regarding the matter of mass resignation of Congress MLAs. The Rajasthan High Court has issued a notice to the Assembly Speaker CP Joshi and the Secretary, seeking a reply within two weeks as to the status of the resignations of 91 Congress MLAs-ministers from the membership of the Assembly on September 25, 2022. . On September 25, when the observers of the Congress high command came here, 91 Congress MLAs called a parallel meeting and submitted their resignations to the Speaker.

Deputy Leader of the Opposition Rajendra Rathod, who himself filed a public interest litigation in the resignation case of the Congress on September 25, said that cognizance has been taken on the basis of the facts presented by me in the court. Notices have been issued to the president and secretary and now the whole matter will be discussed in the court. Now the whole matter has come in the review of the court. Rathore said that judicial precedents have been kept in the petition, in which the matter has been kept under Article 190 (3) (2) of the Legislative Assembly and Rules 173 (2).

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There was a dispute between the legislature-judiciary earlier also
During the 12th Vidhansabha, a situation of conflict had arisen regarding the issue of Judiciary. In the discussion on the demand for administration of justice during the seventh session, some members criticized the functioning of the judiciary. But later the Speaker removed the indecent comments. But on the basis of media reports, a petition was filed in the High Court, on which notices were issued to the four MLAs, the Chief Secretary and the Secretary of the Legislative Assembly who participated in the discussion. On April 6, 2007, the speaker of the assembly called an all-party meeting, in which the move of the judiciary was considered interference in the legislature. It was decided that no reply would be given to the notice.

motion of breach of privilege against the magistrate
On July 14, 2009, during the third session of the 13th Vidhansabha, when the news of the heat in the proceedings of the House regarding 8 PM No CM came in the media, the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Barmer termed it as an insult to the CM, against the MLA who participated in the discussion. After registering a criminal case under section 500 and 509 of IPC, summoned on bailable warrant. There was a lot of uproar in the assembly on this too. On July 17, 2009, the assembly presented a motion of breach of privilege against the magistrate.

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