The Mahavikas Aghadi government was in trouble after Eknath Shinde’s rebellion against Shiv Sena. Eknath Shinde has strangled 39 Shiv Sena MLAs. That’s why the BJP had claimed that the Thackeray government was in a minority. Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis
On Tuesday, he ran to the governor claiming that the Thackeray government was in a minority. All eyes were on when the Governor would order Chief Minister Thackeray to prove his majority. Finally, the Governor has called a special session on Thursday at 11 am. Thackeray has asked the government to prove majority in the House before 5 pm tomorrow. Under no circumstances can the majority test process be postponed. In addition, the hall cannot be turned away. The Governor said in a letter that video recording of the entire process would also be done.
Eknath Shinde’s team will reach Mumbai tomorrow
Rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has finally informed that he will reach Mumbai tomorrow along with other MLAs. “We are going to Mumbai with all the MLAs to carry out the majority test process. All MLAs with us will reach Mumbai tomorrow,’ Eknath Shinde said. As a result, the difficulties of the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi government have increased.
Doors of talks with Shiv Sena now closed: Kesarkar
Aaditya Thackeray and Sanjay Raut feel that some Shiv Sena MLAs from Guwahati will return. However, they only have crazy hopes, yes, in reality nothing like this will happen, said Deepak Kesarkar, spokesperson of the rebel Shinde (Eknath Shinde) group. If only independent people voted for BJP, then this government would fall, let alone 39 people. As the rebel MLAs want, you will speak, then come and vote, this is the craze of Shiv Sena leaders. This is the hope of the big leaders of Shiv Sena, now what should I say on this? Children can make such statements. But if older people start talking like this, you don’t have to look. All Shiv Sena MLAs are happy in Guwahati. If you think so, we are ready to share their videos. Hence, none of the 39 rebel MLAs is likely to return to the Shiv Sena, claimed Deepak Kesarkar.