Supreme Court Rejects Stay on Election Commission Order, Issues Notice to Eknath Shinde Group

Eknath Shinde Uddhav Thackeray
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Mumbai/New Delhi, 22nd February 2023 : The Supreme Court has denied a request to stay an order issued by the Election Commission and has instead issued a notice to the Eknath Shinde group in Maharashtra. The group, which is affiliated with the Shiv Sena political party, had sought a stay on the order that banned the use of the bow and arrow symbol by the group in the upcoming elections in the state.

The order by the Election Commission came as a result of a dispute over the use of the symbol between Shiv Sena factions led by Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde. Both parties have been using the bow and arrow symbol, which has led to confusion among voters.

The Eknath Shinde group argued that they had used the symbol for many years and that it was an integral part of their identity. However, the Election Commission found that the use of the symbol could lead to confusion among voters and ordered the group to use a different symbol.

The notice issued by the Supreme Court has once again stirred up the political atmosphere in Maharashtra. Many are speculating about the potential impact of the order on the upcoming elections and the future of the Shiv Sena party in the state.


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