24 Jun 2022

Saw Eknath Shinde Slets 50, 40 MPs from Sena.

Rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde told that more than 50 MPs supported his rebellion against his leader Uddhav Thackeray, Maharashtra's prime minister. "About 40 of them are from Shiv Sena," Mr Shinde, a BJP-based Assam camp
"Those who have faith in our role will join us. We want to advance the vision of Balasaheb Thackeray, those who love it will come," said Mr Shinde, emphasizing that the rebels did not leave Shiv Sena of Balasaheb Thackeray.

Mr Shinde, 58, also said Thackeray's actions in filing withdrawal notices against rebel MPs were "illegal". "What was done yesterday is illegal, they have no rights. We are a lot of people and statistics are important in a democracy. That is illegal, even if they cannot make such a suspension. We will not be afraid of this," he said. .

Mr Shinde said there was "no dialogue" between the rebels and Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who is also the Shiv Sena chief.

Thirty-seven Members of Parliament have written to the Governor and Deputy Speaker, naming Eknath Shinde as their leader. The move comes shortly after Uddhav Thackeray called for the withdrawal of 12 rebels. Including Mr Shinde.

"Who are you trying to intimidate? We know your composition and the law too! According to Schedule 10 of the Constitution (Schedule) the whip is a meeting, not a meeting. There are many High Court decisions on this matter," Eknath Shinde tweeted on Thursday.

Eknath Shinde demanded that Sena break the "unnatural alliance" with Congress and the NCP of Sharad Pawar, or the NCP, and restore its relations with the BJP and govern the country.

"For the past 2.5 years, Shiv Sena has only suffered and other factions have benefited. When other parties are still in power, Sena has become weak. To save the party and Shiv Sainiks, it is important that the supernatural alliance is disbanded. It is important to make this decision for Maharashtra's benefit," Shinde said. on Twitter on Day 2 of this issue.

The BJP, which is in charge of the Assam rebels after placing them for the first time in Surat Gujarat, has denied allegations of engineering "Operation Lotus" in Maharashtra. Assam's BJP minister, however, was spotted in pictures of Eknath Shinde and rebels at a Guwahati hotel where they were staying. The term "Operation Lotus", which is a symbol of the BJP, has been used by opposition groups to describe what they call the party's strategy of overthrowing non-BJP governments in the provinces.

Mr Thackeray said "his letter of resignation is ready" and that "if the Senate members say to me, I will resign." The hunger for power, he said, is not in his DNA. "I am the son of Balasaheb," he recalled his party, emphasizing the fact that his father had not taken any position in many governments including his party.

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