Chief among them is the scale of inclination given by the Central Election Commission to the Shinde faction based on the strength of its deputies and deputies. The Shinde group has the majority support of deputy party chiefs, department chiefs, district chiefs, representative assembly members. Other than that, the Commission concluded that they have a majority as they have the support of 40 MPs and 13 MPs. In reaching this conclusion, the Commission took into account the votes obtained by the deputies and deputies during the elections. This point is reprehensible. Since the votes received by an MP or MP cannot be entirely his or her own, it can be said that many voters vote for the candidate of the respective party despite scrutiny of the party leadership and party policy. Moreover, the Electoral Commission did not assume the strength of the Thackeray group in the Legislative Council and the Rajya Sabha. This question was completely ignored by the Commission. These two main flaws in the Commission’s decision are likely to lead to a suspension of the decision.
The Shinde Group appoints board members the same way, so why the bad feeling about the Thackeray Group?
The Shinde group’s lawyers have constantly testified to the constitution of the Shiv Sena party. It has been alleged that Uddhav Thackeray appointed officials illegally by amending the original constitution of the Shiv Sena party. Accepting this argument, the commission rejected Uddhav Thackeray’s changes to the Shiv Sena’s 2018 constitution as undemocratic. Thackeray made appointments without conducting party office elections. The advisory committee found that it is also inappropriate. But Shinde also appointed office bearers in the same way after he was elected “leader”. However, the commission assumed the support of the department head, a district head belonging to the Shinde group. We have to see what the Thackeray group will argue on this issue.
Balasaheb’s Shiv Sena will freeze the party symbol
The Central Election Commission had conferred the party symbols Shiv Sena and Dhanushyaban to the Shinde group. So now Balasaheb’s Shiv Sena name and “two swords and one shield” symbol will be immediately frozen. The Thackeray group will only be able to use the name Shiv Sena-Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray and the symbol “Jwalant Mashal” until February 26.