- Members of the Maharashtra Assembly stormed in July last year.
- BJP MLAs assaulting presiding officer.
- Speaker expelled from the House for a year.
Recently, the verdict came out. The Supreme Court quashed the Speaker’s order stating that MLAs could not be suspended for any reason. According to the constitution, an assembly seat should not be vacant for more than six months. The court held that a one-year suspension would not only punish the member but also the members of the constituency.
“The suspension is worse than the boycott. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations. The Assembly was reminded that according to the rules it should not be suspended for more than 60 days.
Article 190 (4) of the Constitution states that a seat shall be declared vacant if it is not attended to for more than 60 days without permission. It was felt that the suspension was not valid for one year and that if the suspension was imposed beyond the session, many doubts and doubts would arise as to its rationale.
In July last year, the Speaker suspended 12 MLAs for a year for allegedly misbehaving with BJP MLAs during the monsoon sessions and creating chaos in the Speaker’s Chamber. The government alleges that there were opposition leaders Devendra Fadnavis and another senior leader Chandrakat Patil at the time.