The political turmoil of Maharashtra does not seem to be over yet. Uddhav Thackeray is seen losing the political battle in front of Eknath Shinde. One by one the MLAs continue to reach Guwahati, due to which the clan of Eknath Shinde is increasing continuously. In view of the current circumstances, the Maha Vikas Aghadi government under the leadership of Uddhav can collapse at any time. On Thursday night also some MLAs have reached Guwahati. According to the information received from the sources, now more MLAs will join the Shinde camp. Meanwhile, Eknath Shinde made a big claim by talking to India Ahead.
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- More than 50 MLAs in Shinde Camp
- Rebel MLAs chose Shinde as leader
- 'Now we will ask the governor for time'
- The round of accusations continues
- Sanjay Raut's tone changed
- Uddhav's messenger also changed his side
Shinde has the support of more than 50 MLAs
Rebel MLAs chose Shinde as leader
On the other hand, Shiv Sena MLAs in Guwahati have elected Eknath Shinde as their leader. There was a meeting of the rebel MLAs in the hotel late on Thursday night. In which Eknath Shinde was elected leader. Along with this, Bharat Gogawale was appointed as the Chief Whip. The rebel MLAs have written a letter and sent this information to the Governor, Deputy Speaker and Legislative Secretary.
‘Now we will ask the governor for time’
While talking to India Ahead, Eknath Shinde said that we have 37 Shiv Sena MLAs and others in support, they cannot disqualify us. Now we have majority and we will ask for an appointment with the governor. Making serious allegations against Uddhav, Shinde said that the Shiv Sena worker is very angry with the MVA alliance. We are following the path of Balasaheb Thackeray. He claimed that some more MLAs can join us now.
The round of accusations continues
The round of accusations and counter-allegations continues in both the camps. Uddhav Group has demanded cancellation of Shinde Group membership. Maharashtra’s newly appointed Legislature Party leader Ajay Chaudhary has written a letter to the Deputy Speaker demanding action against the rebel MLAs. But Eknath Shinde has given an open challenge to Uddhav Thackeray. Shinde said that he has more numbers than the anti-defection law, so don’t threaten.
Sanjay Raut’s tone changed
On Thursday, Uddhav Thackeray had called a meeting of Shiv Sena MLAs at the Chief Minister’s residence Varsha, in which only 13 MLAs took part. Seeing this number, Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut’s attitude has also softened. There was a big change in Raut’s tone after the meeting. He said that if the rebel MLAs want, the Mahavikas Aghadi alliance will be abolished. However, for this he will have to come to Mumbai and talk.
Uddhav’s messenger also changed his side
The process of those leaving Uddhav continues. On Thursday, 4 other MLAs and one MLC left Uddhav and reached Guwahati. These include Shiv Sena MLA Sanjay Rathore, Dada Bhus, Geeta Jain, Independent MLA Kishor Jorgewar and MSly Ravindra Phatak. Please tell that Ravindra Phatak has gone to Surat as Uddhav’s messenger. He had tried to persuade Eknath Shinde in Surat and also got him to talk to Uddhav. However, Shinde did not change his mind.
Maharashtra Political Crisis Eknath Shinde told India Ahead now we have majority