Maharashtra Politcal Crisis Live Updates

Eknath Shinde Is New Maharashtra Chief Minister
Eknath Shinde Is New Maharashtra Chief Minister

Maharashtra Politcal Crisis Live Updates: On Saturday, rebel leader Eknath Shinde told Shiv Sena members that he was striving to free the party from the control of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA).

Sena workers and local leaders, led by Pune city

Maharashtra Politcal Crisis Live Updates: Due to a rebellion by senior Shiv Sena minister Eknath Shinde and others, there is a political crisis in Maharashtra right now. On Sunday, supporters of party president and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held a two-wheeler rally in Mumbai and protests in parts of Pune against the dissident leaders.

Sena workers and local leaders, led by Pune city unit president Gajanan Tharkude, held “jode maro” (hit with shoes) protests outside Balgandharva auditorium and in Kothrud, shouting slogans against the rebels.

Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray protested against the rebel MLAs

Maharashtra Politcal Crisis Live Updates: Eknath Shinde, the leader of the Rebel Shiv Sena, said on Saturday that Shiv Sena workers should know that he is fighting to save the party from the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA).

Mr. Shinde’s call came after Sena workers loyal to party president and Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray protested against the rebel MLAs led by him by defacing their banners, throwing stones in some places, and destroying the office of an MLA in Pune.

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Rebel Sena MLA: “Will Return to Maharashtra When…”

Maharashtra Politcal Crisis Live Updates: The rebel group led by Eknath Shinde said today that they will get more than 50 Sena MLAs to back them in the end. Deepak Kesarkar, a rebel MLA, said, “We will decide in three or four days, and then we will go back to Maharashtra right away.”

“Between one and two more MLAs will join us. With their help and that of other Independents, our number will go up to 51 “The news agency ANI said this is what Mr. Kesarkar said.

There are currently 55 Sena MLAs on the rebel side, which is more than 40.

This afternoon, Uday Sawant joined the rebel camp, making him the ninth minister from Maharashtra to do so. The rebels say they have a majority of two-thirds, which would let them split the party in the assembly without breaking any laws.

Team Thackeray Lawyers Up: “Just Because (Rebels) Have Two-Thirds…”

The team of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s lawyers tried to explain why the rebel camp’s numbers, which are now thought to be over 40 MLAs (out of 55), don’t mean much. This is because the mutiny grew by one more minister on Sunday.

Sena’s Sanjay Raut told rebel MLAs, “Resign and go to the polls.”

A fight for control of the Shiv Sena is still going on between party president Uddhav Thackeray and dissident Eknath Shinde. On Sunday, party leader Sanjay Raut dared the rebels to resign as MLAs and run in new elections, but he also said that those who want to come back are welcome.

Shiv Sena is open to both people who want to leave and people who want to join again. Aaditya Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena and a minister in Maharashtra, told the news agency ANI that traitorous rebel MLAs will not be allowed back into the party.

Shiv Sena workers protest party rebels; they won’t forgive ‘traitors’

Due to a rebellion by senior Shiv Sena minister Eknath Shinde and others, there is a political crisis in Maharashtra right now. On Sunday, supporters of party president and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held a two-wheeler rally in Mumbai and protests in parts of Pune against the dissident leaders.

Sena workers and local leaders, led by Pune city unit president Gajanan Tharkude. Held “jode maro” (hit with shoes) protests outside Balgandharva auditorium and in Kothrud, shouting slogans against the rebels.

Sources say that 20 rebel MLAs are in touch with Uddhav Thackeray

Sources have told that at least 20 MLAs who camped with rebel leader. Eknath Shinde are in touch with Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

Today, Eknath Shinde has rebel Sena MLAs meet in Guwahati

In the middle of the political crisis in Maharashtra, rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has called a meeting of MLAs camping with him at a hotel in Guwahati, Assam, on Sunday to talk about how to move forward.

The Shiv Sena faction war started when Minister Eknath Shinde flew to Surat with some MLAs and then to Guwahati.Where he said he had the support of 38 MLAs. Which is more than two-thirds of the party’s strength in the 288-member Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. It means that they can either leave the state assembly. And start a new political party or join another party without being kicked out.

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