Rajasthan Crisis : Live Updates From HC Hearing On Sachin Pilot Camp’s Plea

first_imgTop StoriesRajasthan Crisis : Live Updates From HC Hearing On Sachin Pilot Camp’s Plea LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK19 July 2020 9:53 PMShare This – xRajasthan High Court starts hearing the petition filed by dissident Congress MLAs led by Sachin Pilot against the disqualification notices issued by Speaker. Follow live updates…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginRajasthan High Court starts hearing the petition filed by dissident Congress MLAs led by Sachin Pilot against the disqualification notices issued by Speaker. Follow live updates here.Live Updates 20 July 2020 5:57 AMSalve concludes his arguments. The bench rises for the day. The Court will hear Senior Adv Mukul Rohatgi for petitioners tomorrow morning 10.30 AM, and the intervenors in the case.20 July 2020 5:48 AMIf Speakers are permitted to act against legislators for speaking against party chief, that goes against right to dissent : Salve.20 July 2020 5:45 AMSalve says there is a difference in saying Courts will generally not interfere with Speaker’s decision and Courts have no supervisory power. Courts can exercise jurisdiction over the decision of Speaker.20 July 2020 5:42 AMThe fact that a legal dispute arises from the conduct of politicians is not a bar to Courts exercising jurisdiction, Salve quotes from the UK Supreme Court decision in the Parliament prorogation case20 July 2020 5:37 AMI can’t argue these factors before the Speaker as he is already prejudiced. That is why I am before this Court : Salve.  20 July 2020 5:36 AMIntra-party dissent, however shrill it may be, until the moment it goes to the extent of supporting another party, cannot be a ground to even start disqualification proceedings under 10th schedule : Salve20 July 2020 5:33 AMStatement that we will bring down the Chief Minister’s government and will bring our own government with the same party is part of right to dissent : Salve.20 July 2020 5:32 AMA party member is free to defy the party whip direction outside the house. Kihoto nowhere says that defying party whip outside house amounts to defection : Salve.20 July 2020 5:32 AMA party member is free to defy the party whip direction outside the house. Kihoto nowhere says that defying party whip outside house amounts to defection : Salve.20 July 2020 5:30 AM”If a law was made saying refusal to attend party meeting would amount to crossing the floor, your lordships will strike down that law”, Salve.>Load MoreNext Storylast_img read more