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Udhav Thackeray resigns Celebrations that began in BJP camp Fadnavis will announce next steps today

Chief Shiv Sena Udhav Thackeray on Wednesday resigned as Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Announcing the resignation, Thackeray said, “What I did (during my tenure) was for the Marathi and Hindutva people. There were riots all over the country, but Maharashtra survived.” After the resignation was announced, Thackeray reached Raj Bhavan where he formally submitted his resignation to Governor Kochari. After Thackeray’s resignation was announced, several MLAs and senior Bharatiya Party leaders gathered at former Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ Mumbai residence and congratulated each other on the fall of Maha Vikas Agadi’s government.

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Many of these leaders said that Vadnavis would soon take over the reins of state. “Finally the truth has prevailed,” said former minister and BJP leader Chandrashekhar Pawangul. The BJP MLA Nitesh Rane said, “Fadnavis always said he would come back to the lower house. Now is the time. He will come back as Chief Minister of Maharashtra.” Senior BJP leaders Sudhir Mungantiwar and Girish Mahajan were present during it. Devendra Fadnavis himself said he will announce the next step today. According to media reports, Vadnavis could be sworn in as Maharashtra CM on July 1.

Devendra Fadnavis is ready to take charge of Maharashtra again

After Thackeray’s resignation, the BJP can now form a government in the state with the support of the Shiv Sena rebels. According to BJP sources, opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis could take over as prime minister. BJP has a total of 106 MLAs in the current pool. With the support of the Shiv Sena rebels as well as some independent MLAs, the BJP could demand the formation of the government. To form the government, it is necessary to support 144 MLAs in the 288-member State Council.

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Police on alert after Udhav Thackeray resigns, security has been tightened

Following the resignation of Maharashtra Chief Minister Udhav Thackeray, the police have tightened security at the residences and offices of the Shiv Sena MLAs. The rebel group MLAs, led by Eknath Shinde, are expected to arrive in Mumbai on Thursday morning. A chartered plane carrying them landed at Goa Dabolim airport on Wednesday evening. They are currently staying at a five star hotel in Donna Bavla near Panaji. On the issue of security, an official said that after the resignation of Uddhav Thackeray, the police were on alert across Maharashtra to avoid any untoward incident. “Security has been reinforced in the residences and offices of the rebels of the Moroccan Liberation Army. Police and SRPF personnel have been deployed in all important places.

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) mocks Thackeray’s resignation

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders on Wednesday criticized Maharashtra Chief Minister Udav Thackeray after his resignation, reminding him of his “karma” and the legacy of Shiv Sena founder Pal Thackeray. Thackeray announced his resignation on Thursday after the Supreme Court refused to suspend the governor’s directive to the Maha Vikas Agadi (MVA) government he leads to establish a majority in the assembly. “Karma spares no one,” BJP General Secretary CT Ravi, who is in charge of Maharashtra state, said in a tweet. Along with this tweet, he also shared a photo related to the laurel’s violence.

In another tweet, Ravi said, “I welcome Udhav Thackeray’s announcement of his resignation as Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He understood that he lost the majority on the same day when Shiv Sena Minister Eknath Shinde rebelled to betray Hindutva. His tenure has proven that an opportunistic alliance does not last.” He described it as a victory for Maharashtra and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

BJP Secretary and Head of IT Department Amit Malviya wrote on Twitter, “Pasaheb Thackeray was a man who could control governments even when he was not in power. On the other hand, his sons could not control their party, so while they were in power.”

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