New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India has ordered that BJP led government in Maharashtra must prove its majority tomorrow by 5 pm on the floor of the Assembly.
The Shiv Sena led Maha Vikas Aghadi consisting of NCP and the Congress had approached the Supreme Court to order immediate floor test. However, the court did not grant it and reserved the order for today.
The Supreme Court made it clear that the question is whether the Chief Minister enjoys the majority of the House.
Meanwhile, the opposition parties have decided not to take part in the Constitution Day program in Parliament protesting against government formation by the BJP.