SC to hear Sena's petition against Maha governor's move to swear in Fadnavis
- Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP file a petition in the Supreme Court over swearing in of
Devendra Fadnavisas CM.
- The three parties say that they have the support of more than 144 MLAs.
- The petitioners alleged that the governor acted in a ‘partisan manner’.
The petitioners alleged that the governor has acted in a "partisan manner" and has allowed himself to be a "pawn in the BJP's illegal usurpation of power".
The parties further prayed for an "immediate floor test within 24 hours so as to avoid further horse trading and illegal maneuvers to somehow cobble up a majority from the MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi)".
Their lawyer Sunil Fernandes said the petition has been filed with registry and a formal listing of the plea for hearing is awaited.
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