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The Top Court said the plea seeking a direction for immediate floor test has to be considered tomorrow after the hearing concludes.
Shiv Sena contended before Supreme Court that the BJP must face a floor test if it has majority in the house, and only then, it should be allowed to form a government.
It accused State Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari of bias and said that the lifting of President’s Rule was “shrouded in mystery.”
Meanwhile, BJP, which secured 105 seats out of 288-member Maharashtra Assembly seats, told the Apex Court that the petition is filed by three political parties and not an individual. A BJP MLA cited it as the violation of Article 32. (UNI)