Maharashtra Crisis: Is there complete political drama in Shiv Sena to meet BJP?| Bal Thackeray

24 Jun, 2022

The Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra is facing a crisis due to the rebellion of Shiv Sena MLAs. Eknath Shinde, a minister in the government and senior leader of Shiv Sena, raised such a flag of revolt on the demand for an alliance with BJP that the command of both the government and the party seems to be slipping from Uddhav's hand.

BJP blamed for the situation

At the same time, the remaining MLAs of Shiv Sena in Mumbai alleged after the meeting that their fellow MLAs have been kidnapped and taken to Guwahati. BJP is behind this conspiracy to topple the government. Sanjay Raut, who was present in the meeting of the MLAs, said that this is a conspiracy to enslave the MLAs.

On the other hand, Shinde faction issued a letter accusing Uddhav Thackeray that he was never allowed to meet the Chief Minister. Funds had to stumble from rate to rate. Not only this, if Hindutva is the ideology of Shiv Sena, then why only Aditya Thackeray was sent to Ayodhya and why the rest of the MLAs were returned from Mumbai airport?

Eknath Shinde released a video

Eknath Shinde from Guwahati was the first to release a video with the rebel MLAs this morning regarding the political crisis that arose in Maharashtra. In the video, Shinde claimed that he has the support of 49 MLAs. 42 Shiv Sena MLAs and seven independent MLAs are present with him. 

At the same time, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray called a meeting of MLAs. Only 13 MLAs were present in this meeting. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that 21 MLAs of the Eknath Shinde faction are in touch with him. Whenever there is a chance, the coalition government will show it by proving its majority. Soon CM Uddhav Thackeray will return to Varsha Bungalow.

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