Shiv Sena to contest Maharashtra President’s Rule in Supreme Court today

With the President’s Rule now imposed in Maharashtra, the political battle is set to move to the Supreme Court as the Shiv Sena is likely to challenge the imposition of President’s Rule.

The Maharashtra Governor has shut the doors of the state assembly — putting it in a state of suspended animation as the Shiv Sena and the NCP failed to utilise the 24-hour each window provided to each to submit a list of majority MLAs to form a government.

Events unfolded rapidly on Tuesday as Shiv Sena initially filed a plea before the top court challenging Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari’s decision to deny their demand for 72 hours to submit letters of support and form the government.

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