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CHENNAI: Setting the suspense in motion for some more time, the Madras high court on Thursday passed a split verdict in the case against disqualification of the 18 rebel AIADMK MLAs in Tamil Nadu.
While the Chief Justice Indira Banerjee upheld the disqualification order passed by Tamil Nadu assembly Speaker P Dhanapal, Justice M Sundar quashed the speaker’s order.

As a result, the cases would be referred to a third judge who would pronounce his opinion. The majority view would be considered the judgement.

Had the verdict gone either way, the government would have been in trouble. If the disqualification had been upheld, by elections would been held in 18 constituencies and the DMK winning them would have reduced the Edappadi K Palaniswami government to a minority. If the court had quashed the disqualification, there could have been two scenarios — the MLAs joining hands with the DMK to pull down the government; and some of the MLAs supporting the government to ensure all survive. In the meanwhile amma makkal munnetra kazhagam founder leader ttv dinakaran or ttv dhinakaran said that it was 50% victory to us and 100% disappointment to the people but at the same time this judgement has increased the lifespan of this government for three more months

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