Rahul Gandhi says democracy murdered in Maharashtra
Democracy has been murdered in Maharashtra, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said in Lok Sabha on Monday.
New Delhi: Democracy has been murdered in Maharashtra, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said in Lok Sabha on Monday.
He made these remarks during Question Hour when Speaker Om Birla told him to ask a supplementary.
"There is no question of asking question (in Question Hour) today. Democracy has been murdered in Maharashtra," he said.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha: I wanted to ask a question in the House but it doesn't make any sense to ask a question right now as democracy has been murdered in #Maharashtra. pic.twitter.com/eZUCONJfop— ANI (@ANI) November 25, 2019
Government formation in Maharashtra has come under the Supreme Court's scrutiny with the Centre being asked to produce before the court letters of the Governor inviting Fadnavis as well as the communication of the BJP leader staking his claim.
After Fadnavis returned as the chief minister on Saturday, the Shiv Sena claimed that the Sena-NCP-Congress combine has a support of 165 MLAs and can comfortably prove its majority in the Assembly.
The BJP has claimed that Fadnavis had the support of 170 MLAs. The majority mark in a House of 288 is 145. (PTI)