Maharashtra Shinde News Today

Maharashtra Shinde News Today. Uddhav Thackeray, CM of Maharashtra, gave a speech in which he expressed he is prepared to quit; if there is an official statement from the rebels that they want him to step down. He added that he would leave the official residence of CM if there is an official statement from the rebels.

After losing one of the six seats it fought for, the Maharashtra government seems all set; for a comeback as the chief minister Uddhav Thackeray will be sworn-in on Saturday.

The development is likely to rattle the MVA, comprising the Shiv Sena, the Nationalist Congress Party and the Congress. A few of the Shiv Sena’s legislators are said to be in touch with the government. However, Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena’s MP, stated that the party is a part of loyalists; and that attempts to topple the MVA govt. will not succeed.

He further stated that Shinde is a Shiv Sainik and he will be back; with the MLAs after he meets all the party MLAs. Earlier in the day, a senior Sena leader said Shinde. Who holds influence over some of the satellite cities of Mumbai, may be in Gujarat with some MLAs.

Maharashtra Shinde:

It appears that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray was not alone on Monday when the Shiv Sena Legislature Party Leader Raosaheb Danve moved the state Assembly on the President’s rule, following the Supreme Court judgment on the Bombay high court verdict.

There’s no doubt about it, and it’s good news for those who want to see Indian politics from a different perspective. For a change, the main opposition party is having a good time and winning some seats, but, for now, it’s too early to say that the new government will be able to do better than its predecessor.

While BJP’s Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan pattern will not succeed, party sources; say the missing legislators would come back once they are contacted. Shinde is an untainted leader in Shiv Sena.

Normal activity outside Shinde’s bungalow in neighbouring Thane city failed to reach out to his son, who is still a minor. The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), whose alliance partner was ousted from power, has suffered another humiliation when the BJP won all five seats in the state. Chandrakant Handoore, an ally of Congress, lost.

Two candidates each of the Shiv Sena and NCP won, while the Congress managed to bag just one seat. Eleven candidates were in the fray for the elections, which came days after the Rajya Sabha polls; which saw the BJP handing an embarrassing defeat to the Shiv Sena-led ruling coalition. 

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