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Uttarakhand HC Directs Floor Test, Allows Disqualified MLAs to Take Part - (30 Mar 2016)

Uttarakhand HC, while granting Ex- Uttarakhand CM, Harish Rawat, a chance to prove his majority in Assembly, has ruled that fresh voting must take place on March 31 when the vote of confidence will be put to floor test.

Tags : UTTARAKHAND HC   MLAS   ASSEMBLY  

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