President's rule: This is not the end of the road for any formation in Maharashtra. In fact, all players now have time to work out their alliances and head to Raj Bhavan to stake their claim to form a government.
A Saamana editorial said the party is prepared to do what it takes to form a stable government in the state. It also cited Bihar and J&K as examples of the BJP "tying up with diverse parties to establish power."
"On perusal of the petition, we feel that it has been filed only for publicity, not for anything else," the First Bench comprising the then Acting Chief Justice Huluivadi G Ramesh and Justice S S Sundar said.
CPM leader Goutam Deb said, “I see no other way out from the present situation than the imposition of the President’s Rule. The people have been denied their democratic right and it is time that a concrete step be taken to restore the democratic values the state.”
Union Minister Preneet Kaur on Friday came down heavily on the ruling SAD-BJP government in Punjab for allegedly creating atmosphere of fear and terror in the state in the run up to the May 19 elections.
New Delhi, Jan 26 (ANI): Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge on Tuesday said the decision to impose President rule in Arunachal Pradesh is a "murder" of democracy. Kharge added that it is a conspiracy of the BJP and Arunachal Pradesh Governor to divide and topple the Congress party from the state.Whereas, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nalin Kohli refuted the Congress' allegation and said the decision has been taken keeping in mind the requirement of the state.