Congress serves notice in Rajya Sabha for resolution to condemn PM Modi

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Congress has served notice in Rajya Sabha for resolution to condemn Modi government over its attempt to destabilise Uttarakhand government, reports PTI.

This came after the Uttarakhand High Court revoked the President’s Rule impose by the central government in the hill state.

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The court said that the government of India should have used Article 356 to dismiss the elected government of the state only as the last resort.

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PTI reported that, according to the HC, the fate of 9 Congress MLAs was entirely irrelevant and extraneous to imposition of President’s rule.

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It said, “9 dissident Congress MLAs have to pay the price of committing “Constitutional sin” of defection by being disqualified.”

The court said that the status quo as on date of proclamation of President’s rule should be restored adding that the government led by petioner Harish Rawat will revive.

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