Maharashtra Political Crisis: Eknath Shinde claims, with 40 MLAs, can the MVA govt fall down?- Watch Video

Publish Date: 22 Jun, 2022 |

Will Eknath Shinde bring down Uddhav Thackeray's government in Maharashtra? This question has arisen because Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is unable to contact his minister Eknath Shinde. Along with Eknath Shinde, about 18 MLAs of Shiv Sena are also said to be missing. In such a situation, only after 31 months, the government of Mahavikas Aghadi has been engulfed after the crisis. The Bharatiya Janata Party had said that the Uddhav government will not be able to complete its term in Maharashtra, is this prediction going to be proved right? To know the answer to this question, you have to know the mathematics of the current government of Maharashtra.


Only 14 MLAs of Shiv Sena reached Uddhav Thackeray's emergency meeting

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had called a meeting regarding the political turmoil in the state. Only 20 MLAs of Shiv Sena were present in this meeting. Jagran sources said that 35 MLAs are present in Surat along with Eknath Shinde. In these, along with the MLAs of Shiv Sena, some independent MLAs are also present. Let us inform that in the last assembly elections, 56 MLAs of Shiv Sena had won.


Maharashtra Legislative Assembly

There are a total of 288 seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly and the majority figure is 144.

Shiv Sena has 56 MLAs in the assembly.

53 NCP MLAs came after winning in the last elections.

Congress has 44 MLAs in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.The total number of MLAs of all the parties involved in Maha Vikas Aghadi is 153.

In Maharashtra, the total number of MLAs of the BJP and the parties supporting them is at present 113.

In Maharashtra, BJP has 106, RSP one, JSS one and 5 independents.


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