Shiv Sena Dussehra Rally: The Bombay High Court has given its verdict on the permission for the Dussehra rally of Shiv Sena to be held in Shivaji Park, Mumbai. Bombay High Court allows Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray to hold Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park. Chief Minister of Maharashtra Eknath Shinde (Eknath Shinde) is being seen as a setback for the faction. Now the reaction of Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole has come to the fore on the Bombay High Court’s decision.
Congress leader Nana Patole said on Bombay High Court’s decision to allow Shiv Sena’s Dussehra rally, the Congress party welcomes the court’s decision. The Congress leader said that it is the job of the state government to maintain law and order in the state, but the law and order cited through BMC was wrong. Let us inform that BMC officials had told that permission for Dussehra rally to be held at Shivaji Park was not given on the basis of law and order issues raised by Mumbai Police.
Shiv Sena’s Dussehra rally to be held on October 5 at Shivaji Park
Now regarding this matter, the Bombay High Court on Friday allowed the Shiv Sena, led by Uddhav Thackeray, to organize a Dussehra rally on October 5 at the historic Shivaji Park ground in Mumbai. Hearing this matter, a division bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice Kamal Khata accepted the petition filed by Shiv Sena and its secretary Anil Desai of former CM Uddhav Thackeray faction. In this petition, the BMC order was challenged, in which they were not allowed.
BMC misused the process of law – Bombay High Court
While hearing this petition, the court clearly said that the BMC’s order was a wrong use of the process of law. Now the court has allowed Thackeray’s Shiv Sena to use the ground from October 2 to October 6, saying that it will take care of maintaining law and order. Let us tell you that for the Dussehra rally, Anil Desai had first sought permission from the BMC on 22 August on behalf of the Thackeray faction. After this, again on August 30, Shinde faction MLA Sada Sarwankar applied for permission. However, the BMC did not allow either of these two groups.