Movement on MLA disqualification petitions has gained momentum after the Supreme Court reprimand. Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rahul Narvekar went to New Delhi on Thursday (September 21) afternoon. After that many arguments are being made about this visit to Delhi. That’s how Rahul Narvekar met someone in Delhi and reacted to what exactly was discussed in this meeting. He was speaking to a question asked by reporters in Delhi on Friday (September 22).
Rahul Narvekar said, “Some meetings were with legal experts. The law on total disqualification is changing. It keeps changing. This law changes according to the situation. Therefore, I discussed with many experts on many issues related to the orders that have been filed in the Supreme Court or what more amendments are needed in this law or how this law needs to be implemented.”
“As we all know, the Supreme Court had directed to hold further hearing in a week. Similarly, our hearing has been held on 14 September. We had a pre-scheduled hearing. So, we will definitely take a decision by hearing in the coming weeks,” informed Rahul Narvekar.
“Party chiefs will also be summoned if necessary,” Rahul Narvekar hinted at summoning Thackeray group chief Uddhav Thackeray and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde to the hearing.
Has there been any complaint or petition from the Ajit Pawar group? On this question, Rahul Narvekar said, “I am only aware of the earlier petitions from the Nationalist Congress.”