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The Uddhav Thackrey led Shiv Sena's petition for holding a rally on Dussehra to be heard tomorrow, after BMC rejected Uddhav Thackrey’s and Eknath Shinde's application for holding a rally at Shivaji park
The division bench of Bombay High Court of Justice R.D Dhanuka and Justice Kamal Khata on Thursday, decided to hear the case (urgent listing) filed by the Uddhav Thackrey-led Shiv Sena seeking permission from the High Court to hold Dussehra rally on October 05, on Friday.
The petition filed by Uddhav Thackrey was opposed by the Eknath Shinde-led Shiv Sena on Thursday. The civic body of Mumbai i.e. BMC has denied permission to both Eknath Shinde and Uddhav Thackrey to hold the Dussehra rally on 5-10-2022.
The High Court has deferred the hearing after 2:30 today, after Senior Advocate Aspi Chinoy requested the court’s permission to amend the petition. However, Senior Advocate Milind Sathe’s submitted the amendment should not be allowed.
The Uddhav Thackrey-led Shiv Sena had moved the High Court contending that Dusshera celebrations are conducted by Shiv Sena every year since 1966 and every year permission has been granted.
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