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the Election Commission made a mistake-adv.Nikam

The big mistake of the Election Commission ,” Ujjwal Nikam’s big statement on disqualified MLAs.

 

Senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikam has analyzed the disqualification case of Congress party MLAs in simple words.

Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Rahul Narwekar  (February 15) announced the much-awaited outcome of disqualification cases of Congress party MLAs. He also revealed which side the decision favored.

Narwekar has declared that the decision is in favor of the true Congress party, affirming that both groups of MLAs have been deemed eligible.

This outcome has sparked various political reactions.

In addition, senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikam has also analyzed this outcome. While speaking about this decision, Ujjwal Nikam said, “When the Election Commission announces the decision regarding which side of the Congress party is valid, it means that neither group has provided any evidence regarding their objectives.” Therefore, we do not believe that the party’s objectives have been compromised. Additionally, when the Speaker announced the outcome today, he stated that both groups have violated the party’s events and objectives. Hence, both outcomes seem contradictory.

 

Senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikam said, “I haven’t fully heard the outcome. When the Speaker was reading the outcome, I was in court. I have seen news reports on this matter, and according to them, the Speaker Rahul Narwekar did not disqualify anyone based on the 10th schedule of events.

Taking reference from the decision given by the Election Commission, they considered Ajit Pawar’s side as the true Congress party. In my opinion, as per the 10th schedule, the MLAs were either eligible or disqualified, and a clear decision was expected in this regard. However, Narwekar did not give such a decision. Instead, the Chairperson has taken a neutral stance, giving a message of ‘be happy.’ Similarly, they had given a similar outcome in favor of the Shiv Sena. In that case as well, they did not disqualify anyone. Not disqualifying anyone might upset some people.”

 

Ujjwal Nikam said, “When the Election Commission gave the decision on February 6 regarding the Congress party, they have sided with both groups of the Congress party. They have also given it to Ajit Pawar’s side. Sharad Pawar’s group had challenged this, and if the Supreme Court had granted a stay on the Election Commission’s decision, it would have been beneficial for them. However, Sharad Pawar’s group did not get a stay on that.

Today’s decision by the Chairperson is the result of that. The main point of contention between the Election Commission and the Chairperson of the Legislative Assembly is the three criteria mentioned. The Election Commission had mentioned it, and the Chairperson of the Legislative Assembly also mentioned it.

However, the Election Commission made a big mistake. When the Election Commission announced the decision regarding which side of the party is valid, they did not specify the party’s objectives. They did not provide any evidence regarding the party’s events. Therefore, we do not believe that the party’s objectives have been compromised. However, the Chairperson of the Legislative Assembly has stated that both groups have violated the party’s events and objectives. All of this is miraculous.”

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