Uddhav’s Shiv Sena reaches High Court for Dussehra rally: BMC had sought permission for rally at Shivaji Park in Mumbai, did not get reply

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There is a crisis this time on Shiv Sena’s Dussehra rally held every year at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. The people of the Uddhav faction had sought permission from the BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) in August itself for the rally. No response was received from BMC. On this the Uddhav faction has now approached the High Court. The petition will be heard in the High Court on September 22. Shivsena holds a rally at Shivji Park every year since 1966.

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Anil Desai, secretary of Shiv Sena of Uddhav faction, has filed. Where in the petition did he say that the BMC has not taken any decision since August regarding the permission for the rally. Due to this the party was forced to come to the High Court. BMC should give permission for Dussehra rally soon.

Shiv Sena has been holding Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park every year since 1966.

Whose Shiv Sena? Case between Uddhav and Shinde going on in Supreme Court
The Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government was formed under the leadership of Uddhav, which included Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress. The Shiv Sena dispute started on June 20, when 20 MLAs under Shinde’s leadership had moved to Guwahati via Surat. After this Shinde faction claimed to be with 39 out of 55 MLAs of Shiv Sena, after which Uddhav Thackeray resigned. Later Eknath Shinde became the Chief Minister and Devendra Fadnavis of BJP became the Deputy Chief Minister. After the fall of the government, Uddhav reached the Supreme Court.

In the hearing on June 26, the Supreme Court sent notices to the Shiv Sena, the Centre, Maharashtra Police and the deputy speaker. The rebel MLAs got relief from the relief court. The matter went on for 3 months in the court, after which on August 3, the matter was transferred to the Constitution Bench in the Supreme Court.

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