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HC orders Floor test in U�khand House on March 31

By The Assam Tribune

NAINITAL, March 29 - In a jolt to the Centre, the Uttarakhand High Court today ordered a Floor test in the Assembly on March 31, giving a new turn to the political developments two days after President�s Rule was imposed in the State.

Justice UC Dhyani also allowed nine disqualified rebel MLAs of the Congress to participate in the voting, but their votes will be kept separate and will be subject to final outcome of the petition challenging their disqualification.

There was no clarity on whether by ordering the Floor test President�s Rule imposed on Sunday is stayed and whether the dismissed Harish Rawat Government has been restored.

The Centre may challenge the verdict before the Division Bench of the High Court tomorrow. The Congress also plans to approach the Division Bench relating to the part of the judgement that deals with the disqualified MLAs.

The votes of the disqualified MLAs will be taken into account subject to the final outcome of the case, senior Supreme Court lawyer and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi told reporters after the second day of the hearing here.

Singhvi appeared for the sacked Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who had challenged the imposition of President�s Rule and demanded its immediate quashing. � PTI

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HC orders Floor test in U�khand House on March 31

NAINITAL, March 29 - In a jolt to the Centre, the Uttarakhand High Court today ordered a Floor test in the Assembly on March 31, giving a new turn to the political developments two days after President�s Rule was imposed in the State.

Justice UC Dhyani also allowed nine disqualified rebel MLAs of the Congress to participate in the voting, but their votes will be kept separate and will be subject to final outcome of the petition challenging their disqualification.

There was no clarity on whether by ordering the Floor test President�s Rule imposed on Sunday is stayed and whether the dismissed Harish Rawat Government has been restored.

The Centre may challenge the verdict before the Division Bench of the High Court tomorrow. The Congress also plans to approach the Division Bench relating to the part of the judgement that deals with the disqualified MLAs.

The votes of the disqualified MLAs will be taken into account subject to the final outcome of the case, senior Supreme Court lawyer and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi told reporters after the second day of the hearing here.

Singhvi appeared for the sacked Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who had challenged the imposition of President�s Rule and demanded its immediate quashing. � PTI