To save the government in Maharashtra, the math of statistics seems to be increasing day by day for Uddhav Thackeray.
New Delhi :
To save the government in Maharashtra, the math of statistics seems to be increasing day by day for Uddhav Thackeray. Shiv Sena’s rebel MLA Eknath Shind has claimed that he has a total of 42 MLAs. In such a situation, the question arises that if there is a floor test in the Vidhan Sabha in the next few days, will Uddhav Thackeray be able to save his Maha Aghadi government?
Only 13 MLAs participated in the meeting of Shiv Sena on Thursday. Eknath Shinde’s faction has the support of 37 MLAs.
If we talk about Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, then Shiv Sena has the support of 55 MLAs and NCP has 51 MLAs. Congress has 44 MLAs and BJP has 106 MLAs. While others have 27 MLAs. According to the mathematics of the assembly, if Shinde wants to form the government with the BJP, then he has a majority now. Let it be known that my MLAs want to go with BJP.
Eknath Shinde has not even spoken about his separation from the party, but he says that he is the real Shiv Sena. But their condition is that the government should be formed with the help of BJP. He is not comfortable with Congress and NCP. In such a situation, Uddhav Thackeray has only one option, either to save his party or try to save his government.
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