The Supreme Court has refused to listen to the habeas corpus petition of the brother of MLA Manoj Chaudhary, one of many 16 insurgent MLAs of the Congress amid the continued political drama in Madhya Pradesh. A bench of Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Suryakant has allowed Chaudhary's brother to go to the suitable discussion board.
In truth, Balram Chaudhary, brother of MLA Manoj Chaudhary, one of many 16 insurgent MLAs of Madhya Pradesh Congress residing in Bengaluru, filed a habeas corpus petition within the Supreme Court. It was heard today within the Supreme Court, however the court docket refused to listen to this petition. A joint bench of CJI SA Bobde, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Suryakant has allowed the petitioner to go to the suitable discussion board. <! –
Chaudhary filed a petition within the Supreme Court interesting for the discharge of his brother
Balram Chaudhary, brother of Congress MLA Manoj Chaudhary, had filed a petition within the Supreme Court and appealed to current and launch Manoj. The petition stated that his MLA brother Manoj Chaudhary has been illegally saved in Bengaluru or elsewhere illegally. Balaram had requested the Supreme Court to order the discharge of Manoj Chaudhary. Balaram Chaudhary additionally stated that the opposite MLAs who’ve been held hostage illegally must also be ordered to be launched. Chaudhary additionally appealed to make preparations to deliver all MLAs to protected Madhya Pradesh. The petition seeks safety for these MLAs and their members of the family.
Earlier final week, Manoj Chaudhary's father went to Bengaluru to satisfy his son together with Kamal Nath authorities ministers Jeetu Patwari and Lakhan Singh, however the Karnataka police didn’t enable him to satisfy Manoj as nicely.
Two-week political conflict in Madhya Pradesh
The political epic of Madhya Pradesh is happening for the final two weeks. Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has reached Bangalore alongside together with his colleagues. Congress legislators have been staying at a lodge right here amid tight safety preparations, whereas over 100 BJP MLAs are staying at a lodge close to Sehore, about 45 km from Bhopal.
Governor replied to the letter of the Speaker
Governor Lalji Tandon, alternatively, responded to a letter written by him (Mr. Prajapati) a number of hours in the past by writing a letter to the Speaker of the Assembly, NP Prajapati, at 2 pm final night time. Correspondence between the previous Governor and Chief Minister Kamal Nath has additionally been achieved twice. The Governor has directed Kamal Nath to show his majority within the House.