Amidst the political crisis in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena played a gamble to cancel the rebel membership. In this regard, the newly elected “Legislative Party Party Leader” of Shiv Sena Ajay Chowdhury sent a list of 12 MLAs who did not attend the Legislative Party Meeting to the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives. The letter has challenged its disqualification against these 12 rebel MLAs.
Arvind Sawant, MP Shiv Sena, said, “We have filed a petition before the Deputy Speaker of Parliament (Maharashtra Vidan Sabha) and demanded the revocation of the membership of 12 MLAs as they did not attend yesterday’s meeting. A notice was issued before the meeting.” It was said that if you do not attend the meeting, legal measures will be taken according to the constitution, and some did not attend and some gave unnecessary reasons.”
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Shiv Sena has sent 12 names including Eknath Shinde to the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives. These names are Eknath Shinde, Prakash Surve, Tanaji Sawanto, Mahesh Shinde, Abdul Sattari, Sandeep Bhumre, Bharat Gogawale, Sanjay Shirsato, Yamini Yadav, Anil Babri, Balaji Devdas and Lata Chaudhary.
Now Eknath Shinde has responded to Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray on this. Rebel Shiv Sena MLA Eknath Shinde tweeted, “You can’t scare us by naming 12 MLAs to disqualify because we are followers of Shiv Sena Chief Balasaheb Thackeray. We know the law, so we don’t pay attention to threats.” “We also know your methods and your laws. According to Schedule 10 of the constitution, the whip is used for the work of the assembly and not for meetings,” he said.
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In addition, Shinde wrote a letter to the Vice President of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly regarding reconfirmation of his appointment as the leader of the Shiv Sena Legislative Party and the appointment of Bharatshet Gogawale as the party’s whip chief. The letter contains the signatures of 37 Shiv Sena MLAs and a copy of the letter has been sent to Deputy Speaker of Parliament Narhari Girwal, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Legislative Assembly Secretary Rajendra Bhagwat.
Shiv Sena rebel leader Eknath Shinde, who threatened Maha Vikas Agadi’s coalition government in Maharashtra, said on Thursday that a “national party” described his rebellion as historic and assured all assistance.
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Shinde’s office in Mumbai has released a video in which he addresses the rebels to Shiv Sena MLAs at a hotel in Guwahati. It can be seen in the video that the MLAs on their part unanimously delegate Shinde as the group’s leader to make further decisions.
In the video Shinde is seen saying, “Our concerns and our happiness are one. We are united and victory will be ours. There is one national party, one superpower.. You know they defeated Pakistan. This party says we made a historic decision and assured us of every possible help.”