India: Maharashtra Political Crisis Live Update: Sena Mouthpiece Issues Warning To Rebel MLAs

In the mean time, rebel Shiv Sena pioneer Eknath Shinde and his devotees moved forward their demonstration with a letter to the Governor and Deputy Speaker in the state gathering.

The Congress and Sharad Pawar’s NCP – – the union accomplices of Shiv Sena in Maharashtra – – have proposed that rebel Eknath Shinde be named as Chief Minister as an exit from the immense political emergency that has immersed the decision alliance, sources said. Shiv Sena rebels have kept in touch with the Governor pronouncing Eknath Shinde as their chief.


In the mean time, the Shiv Sena in its mouthpiece “Saamana” depicted Mr Shinde as a “trickster”. The mouthpiece further said that the MLAs who were chosen on Shiv Sena tickets have been “trapped in the hold of the BJP”.

The Maharashtra political emergency took one more turn on Wednesday after Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who has tried positive for COVID-19, moved back to “Matoshree” – – his family home – – from his authority home “Varsha”.

The move came soon after Mr Thackeray gave a profound discourse through a Facebook live meeting, saying, “In the event that my own kin don’t need me as Chief Minister, he ought to approach me and say as much… I’m prepared to leave… I’m Balasaheb’s child, I am not after a post… Assuming you believe I should leave, let me leave and take every one of my effects to Matoshree”.

“I’m willing to step down, however could you at any point guarantee me that the following boss priest will be from Shiv Sena?” he added.

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