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Maharashtra SM Eknath Chandah said: No electoral symbol needed to win amid the claim of the Tekirai Udhav faction


After the power struggle in Maharashtra, the challenge of saving the party came before Uddhav Thackeray. Eknath Shinde has bet on Shiv Sena’s token ‘Dhanush-Baan’. Meanwhile, he also said that he does not need an electoral token to win the election. He said: People win elections for me. Shendi said, I have done a lot of work in my field. That’s why you don’t need any sign to win the election.

The Election Commission requested both the Shinde faction and the Udhav faction to submit the documents by 8 August. Now both have to provide documents to support their claim. The Shinde faction says they have more MLAs backed with them. In such a case, they have the right to the symbol of the party. The Uddhav faction gave a warning and said that the committee should not take any decision on the party code without listening to their side. Explain that pursuant to Section 15 of Ordinance 1968, the Election Commission can settle the electoral symbol of a political party.

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Shinde said that when Maha Vikas Agadi government was formed in Maharashtra and Uddhav Thackeray became chief minister, they were all busy. Meanwhile, when people were coming to meet Udhav Thackeray, they didn’t give him any time, he said. Later people would come and meet me and tell me their problems. He said, in the Uddhav government, people had so many problems which became unbearable.

I had to make that decision because if I didn’t, Shinde said, I would have stayed with only calculated MLAs in the next election. Uddhav Thackeray had forgotten about Shiv Sena’s natural alliance. On Monday, Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray said Maharashtra would not tolerate cheating and Eknath Shinde’s government was sure to fall soon.

 

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