A Supreme Court appeal against defections will be made next week amid the Sena Mutiny.

Madhya Pradesh Mahila Congress chief Jaya Thakur had requested a court hearing in the case she filed last year . She accused political parties of attempting to break Indias democratic system .

MLAs who defect should not be allowed to vote for five years, according to the petitioner, Madhya Pradesh Mahila Congress chief Jaya Thakur, who had requested a court hearing in the case she filed last year, prompting the court to ask the central government for a response.Ms Thakur accused political parties of attempting to break India's democratic system as well as a growing trend of Speakers of assemblies that are not being progressive.A democratic government is being rejected by the population.These antidemocratic practices are making a hysteria over our democracy and the constitution.It said that such undemocratic activities must be curbed.

According to the court, about 40 Shiv Sena MLAs in Madhya Pradesh who were appointed ministers under the BJP government in 2020 are being denied their right to choose and elect representatives having a common ideology, according to the rebels, who have demanded that Mr Thackeray's party abandon the BJP and join the BJP instead, a move that has been rejected by the BJP.