Live updates of Maharashtra crisis | The Shiv Sena leader, Eknath Shinde, along with several other SLA rebels, is camped in Guwahati, the capital of the state of Assam, which is ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The position of the rebels towards the Moroccan Liberation Army has only further worried Prime Minister Udav Thackeray. Last night he left the Prime Minister’s government bungalow and moved to his Mestini home, Matushri. Maha Vikas Agadi State Alliance is doing its best to bring back the MLAs. During his speech yesterday, Thackeray offered to relinquish the position of CM and the responsibility of Chief Shiv Sena. He even offered Shinde to become CM. Meanwhile, the BJP is keeping a close eye on these rebel MLAs. Stay connected with Live Hindustan for all the live updates on the political crisis in Maharashtra.
Maharashtra Crisis | Breaking the alliance is necessary to save Shiv Sena: Shinde
After the appeal of Prime Minister Udhav Thackeray, rebel leader Shiv Sena Eknath Shinde issued a statement saying that it was necessary to leave the Congress and the ANC to save Shiv Sena. In the past two and a half years, Maha Vikas Agadi has been profited by other parties and only Shiv Sena has suffered, on Twitter. While the other parties became stronger, Shiv Sena’s strength continued to decline. To keep the Party and Shiv Sainiks alive, it is extremely important to break out of the abnormal alliance.
Udhav has left his official residence, and will continue to serve as Prime Minister: Sanjay Raut
Maharashtra Chief Minister Udav Thackeray left his official residence Varsha on Wednesday evening and went to his private residence, Matushri. MP Shiv Sena Sanjay Raut said Udav Thackeray will remain the Prime Minister. He said that if necessary, the Maha Vikas Agadi coalition would establish a majority in the council. Speaking to reporters, Raut said, Prime Minister Uddhav is not leaving the post yet. Raut denied reports that NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar had asked Udhav to appoint Eknath Shinde as Prime Minister to keep the Grand Coalition government alive. He said Maha Vikas Agadi would fight her battle to the end.