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RATIFICATION OF GRAM SABHA IS NECESSARY FOR APPROVING THE NO CONFIDENCE MOTION RULES BOMBAY HIGH COURT

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The Nagpur bench of Bombay high court comprising of Justice S.B. Suryawanshi has granted the stay to the resolution of No Confidence Motion.

One Leena Tandekar was directly elected Sarpanch of village Kodurli tah. Paoni district Bhandara challenged the No Confidence Motion passed against her.

The petitioner contended that since she was directly elected Sarpanch and therefore the ratification of Gram Sabha for approval of No Confidence Motion is mandatory.

Relying on Judgments of Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court in Writ Petition no.  238/2021 and  214/2021 the Hon’ble High Court Pleased to grant a stay to the No-Confidence Motion and further permitted the petitioner to discharge her duties as Sarpanch.

Adv. Ishwar Charlewar, Adv. Deepa. I. Charlewar assisted by Grishma Trivedi appeared for petitioner and Ms. N. P. Mehta Additional Director General of Police for Assistant Government Pleader appeared for the Additional Collector Bhandara.

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