The Supreme Court has now given time to the central government to respond to its decision of conducting the floor test in Uttarakhand under its supervision. The Centre has to now announce its decision by 6 May.
Attorney General, Mukul Rohatgi asserted that the Centre was seriously considering the Supreme Court's floor test suggestion, ANI reported.
On 3 May, the Supreme Court asked the central government to consider the possibility of conducting the Uttarakhand Assembly floor test under its supervision keeping in view of the current circumstances.
An apex court bench had on 27 April directed the continuation of President's Rule in Uttarakhand.
Posting the matter for further hearing on 4 May, it had extended the stay on the High Court's order, quashing the central rule in Uttarakhand.
--With ANI inputs