Speaker delaying process: Sena UBT; he says won’t hurry or delay | Mumbai News

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With the Supreme Court Monday asking the Assembly Speaker Assembly Rahul Narwekar to set a timeline for the hearing of the disqualification petitions against MLAs including Chief Minister Eknath Shinde within a week, the Shiv Sena UBT alleged that the Speaker was “unnecessarily delaying” the hearing process.

Meanwhile, reacting to the SC directive and hearing, Narvekar said that he has not gone through the order copy yet and only after going through it he will be able to comment on it.

“We are seeking justice. But we don’t know why the disqualification decision is being delayed. The Supreme Court heard both sides on Monday and expressed its displeasure pointing out that even as no reasonable time limit was mentioned by the court in its order, no decision has been taken four months of time. After the Supreme Court gave its verdict on the issue of the Sena vs Sena case and the disqualification on May 11, we requested the Speaker to hold a hearing on the disqualification at the earliest. However it was not held and delayed,” Shiv Sena UBT MP Anil Desaid said.

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“We also sent three reminders to them, for starting disqualification hearing proceedings… Now, when it was announced that the hearing will be held in the Supreme Court on September 18, the Speaker started the hearing process on September 14,” Desai further said.

Narvekar, however, said that there will be neither delay nor the hurry in taking the decision. “I have not gone through the order copy yet. I will be able to comment on it once I read it.

However I can say one thing that there will be neither delay nor the hurry in taking the decision which may lead to miscarriage of justice. The decision on the disqualification cannot be taken just based on the requests made by anyone. The proceedings would be based on the constitutional provisions. I will only know the SC’s stand after I read the order. The proceedings will go on as per rules, without any delay nor any hurry,” Narvekar said after the apex court’s directive.

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