Uttarakhand High Court has reserved judgement for Monday on the petition challenging disqualification of nine rebel Congress MLAs.
After hearing the arguments of both sides, Justice U C Dhyani reserved the judgement for May 9. The rebel MLAs had filed special representation, requesting the court to conduct an early hearing.
Meanwhile, Political activities have gained momentum after the Centre agreed to the Supreme Court’s suggestion for a floor test in Uttarakhand Assembly. Both BJP and Congress leaders are meeting to chalk out their strategy for May 10 floor test.
The Centre yesterday agreed to Supreme Court’s suggestion for a floor test in the Assembly under the apex court’s supervision. The President’s rule will temporarily be lifted on Tuesday and Chief Minister Harish Rawat of Congress will seek the confidence vote in the house.