The 19 rebel Congress legislators had moved the plea to challenge the validity of the notices under Article 191 of the Constitution read with Rajasthan Assembly Member (Disqualification on the grounds of changing party) Rules, 1989.

Sachin Pilot camp seeks time to amend plea challenging Speaker’s disqualification notice

The 19 Congress insurgent lawmakers of Rajasthan meeting, together with sacked deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot, moved Rajasthan excessive courtroom (HC) on Thursday towards the notices issued by the state meeting Speaker CP Joshi on the petition by chief whip Mahesh Joshi looking for their disqualification, however sought extra time to amend their petition.

The petitioners, who’re slated to answer Speaker Joshi’s notices on Friday, knowledgeable the courtroom that they might need to problem the principles and never the validity of the notices, stated the counsels, who have been current through the listening to within the courtroom.

The 19 insurgent Congress legislators had moved the plea to problem the validity of the notices below Article 191 of the Constitution learn with Rajasthan Assembly Member (Disqualification on the grounds of adjusting get together) Rules, 1989.

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Advocate Prateek Kasliwal, who represented Speaker CP Joshi, stated senior counsel Harish Salve, who’s representing the petitioners, has sought time to amend the petition.

“The petitioners said that they would challenge the Rajasthan Assembly Member (Disqualification on the grounds of changing party) Rules, 1989, instead of the notices,” Kasliwal stated.

State transport minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas stated, Speaker Joshi is empowered to query the insurgent lawmakers.

“Everyone needs to follow the party’s whip,” he instructed media individuals.

Earlier, Speaker Joshi had issued notices to 19 insurgent members of the Rajasthan legislative meeting (MLAs).

The notices said disqualification of the 19 MLAs from the Rajasthan meeting below the 10th schedule of the Constitution, which offers with anti-defection.

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The notices cited an alleged conspiracy to destabilise the democratically elected Ashok Gehlot authorities, because the insurgent lawmakers skipped the Congress legislative get together (CLP) conferences on July 13 and 14.

“All of these lead inescapably and irresistibly to the conclusion that the individual has voluntarily given up membership of the Indian National Congress and the provisions of Para 2(1)(a) of the 10th Schedule of the Constitution are attracted to disqualify him with immediate effect,” the grievance had stated.