There is a tussle between the two Shiv Sena factions over the Dussehra rally in Maharashtra. Here, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has also decided to settle the matter legally. It is reported that BMC has sought the opinion of its Justice Department regarding the permission for the rally. It is being said that the rally in the park should be allowed from both the groups, an opinion can be formed by next week.
Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde factions have sought permission for the rally. According to media reports, an official said, “The matter has been sent to the law department of BMC for legal opinion as to what should be done in this case, as both the parties are claiming to be the real Shiv Sena and are planning to organize the rally.” permission has been sought. Generally BMC works on first come first serve basis. Since in this case, if permission is not granted, any party can go to court. In such a situation, legal opinion has been sought.
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“When there are such controversial matters where there may be legal consequences, legal opinion is obtained. Old permission, 2016 orders of the state government and court decisions are scrutinized before taking a decision.
Uddhav Thackeray made Plan B
Due to no decision on Dussehra rally, the Uddhav-led faction has prepared a backup plan. It is reported that the group has applied for permission on Wednesday as a plan B at the MMRDA ground of Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). Party MP Arvind Sawant has applied for the rally to be held on October 5.
Why was the screw stuck on the rally?
Shiv Sena has been organizing Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park for decades. However, this time after seeking permission from Thackeray, rebel group MLA Sada Sarvankar also sought permission for the rally.
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