Sharad Pawar's big statement on the new government of Maharashtra, said- government may fall in 6 months

Publish Date: 04 Jul, 2022 |
 

The new Eknath Shinde government formed in Maharashtra will face the floor test today and before that Sharad Pawar has made a big attack on Eknath Shinde. Sharad Pawar claimed that the Shinde government would not last for more than six months. Not only this, he said that Shinde should be prepared for midterm elections.

MLAs dissatisfied

Pawar has said that many rebel MLAs supporting Shinde are not happy with the current system. Their dissatisfaction will come to the fore after the portfolios are allocated to the ministers, which will eventually result in the fall of the government. Pawar also underlined that the failure of this experiment would lead to many rebel MLAs returning to their parent party. The leader, who attended the meeting, also said that the party president has asked the NCP MLAs to spend more time in their respective constituencies.

Pawar also underlined that the failure of this experiment would lead to many rebel MLAs returning to their parent party. The leader, who attended the meeting, also said that the party president has asked the NCP MLAs to spend more time in their respective constituencies.

Shiv Sena meeting before floor test

Amidst the proceedings of the floor test of the Eknath Shinde government in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Shiv Sena has called a meeting of all its district chiefs. This meeting will be held at Shiv Sena Bhawan in Mumbai. This meeting has been called at a time when the tussle is going on between the two factions of Shiv Sena before the floor test. Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde faction) chief whip Bharat Gogavale has applied to the Speaker to suspend 16 MLAs of the Uddhav Thackeray faction. These 16 MLAs have been accused of violating the party whip in the Speaker's election.

 

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