DEHRADUN, Mar 29: The Centre is likely to challenge the Uttarakhand High Court's order allowing a floor test in the state assembly on March 31, giving a new turn to the political events in the Congress-ruled state where President's Rule was imposed on Sunday.
Media reports on Tuesday quoted highly placed Government sources as saying that the Uttarakhand High Court's ruling is likely to be challenged.Meanwhile, the ruling Congress has also decided to challenge the two-judge bench order giving the voting right to rebel and suspended MLAs for the floor test.
Addressing a press conference, Chief Minister Harish Rawat said, ''We are satisfied with the HC ruling. It has given a befitting lesson to elements trying to dislodge our Governments unconstitutionally.''
We respect the orders and directions of the Nainital High Court, Harish Rawat added.Meanwhile, the President's Rule has been stayed in the state.(Agencies)