The Election Commission (EC) settled the dispute in the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), and ruled in favour of the faction led by Ajit Pawar, after more than 10 hearings spread over more than 6 months. The decision followed the laid-out tests of maintainability of such a petition which included tests of aims and objectives of the party constitution, test of party constitution and tests of majority both organizational and Legislative. The test of majority in the legislative wing found favour in this circumstance of the case, where both groups have found to be working outside the party constitution and the organizational elections. Thus, the occupants of the post were primarily assessed to be appointed by self-nominated members of electoral college and against the internal party democracy. NCP Split: Ajit Pawar-Led Faction Approaches Election Commission To Stake Claim Over Nationalist Congress Party and Its Clock Symbol.
Ajit Pawar’s Faction is Real NCP, Rules EC
EC settles the dispute in the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), rules in favour of the faction led by Ajit Pawar, after more than 10 hearings spread over more than 6 months.
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