46 MLA's supports Eknath Shinde, Political crisis on Uddhav Thackeray | Maharashtra Political Crisis- Watch Video

Publish Date: 23 Jun, 2022 |
 

Shiv Sena's rebel leader Eknath Shinde has increased the difficulties of the Maharashtra government. Eknath Shinde has claimed the support of 46 MLAs. Shinde has a special conversation with news agency ANI. During this he claimed the support of 46 MLAs. Shinde said that we have 6-7 independent MLAs with us, the rest are from Shiv Sena. It is being said that Uddhav Thackeray may resign from the post of CM of Maharashtra.

No talks with BJP says Shinde

Shinde said that the number of MLAs extending support will increase in the times to come. Along with this, he also clarified about the talks with the BJP. Shinde said that neither we have received any proposal from BJP nor have we had any talks with BJP.Shinde further said, 'As far as the current political situation is concerned. I would say that we are Shiv Sainiks of Balasaheb Thackeray and will continue to be Shiv Sainiks. Right now we are not in any talks with Shiv Sena or CM. We have not decided on the future course of action.

Shiv Sena Warns the MLAs

Shiv Sena Chief Sunil Prabhu has issued a letter to all the party MLAs asking them to be present for an important meeting to be held this evening. The letter states that if anyone remains absent, it will be presumed that the MLA has voluntarily decided to leave the party.

The letter also warns that if someone remains absent from the meeting without proper reason and prior information, they should keep in mind that action will be initiated to cancel their membership as per constitutional provisions.

It has also been warned in this letter that if any MLA remains absent from the meeting without proper reason and prior notice, it should be noted that action will be initiated to cancel his membership as per the constitutional provisions.

 

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