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Shiv Sena has written a letter to the Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly demanding cancellation of membership of rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. In this letter, Shiv Sena has demanded the disqualification of 12 rebel MLAs, so that they are not able to vote in the floor test.

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  • circle-icon Shiv Sena’s legislature party leader wrote a letter
  • circle-icon Demand to cancel the membership of rebel MLA
  • circle-icon ajay chaudhary wrote a letter to the deputy speaker

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena has made a big bet. Shiv Sena has written a letter to the Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly demanding cancellation of membership of rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. In this letter, Shiv Sena has demanded the disqualification of 12 rebel MLAs, so that they are not able to vote in the floor test. This letter has been sent to the Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra by the leader of the Legislature Party declared by Shiv Sena, Ajay Chaudhary. At the same time, Shiv Sena’s rebel leader Eknath Shinde has hit back at Uddhav’s attempt and said that who are you trying to scare, we also know the law.

Demand for disqualification of these 12 MLAs

Shiv Sena’s Legislature Party leader Ajay Choudhary has written a letter to the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and has demanded action against 12 rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena by petitioning for disqualification. Action has been demanded for not being present in Shiv Sena meetings. The letter demanded the cancellation of his membership. The names of the 12 MLAs against whom action has been sought are Eknath Shinde, Abdul Sattar, Sandipan Bhumre, Bharat Gogwale, Sanjay Shirsath, Yamini Jadhav, Anil Babar, Lata Sonawane, Tanaji Sawant, Balaji Kinhikar, Prakash Surve and Mahesh Shinde.

Rebel MLA calling himself a hardcore Shiv Sainik

Uddhav Thackeray had tried to prove through his Facebook Live yesterday that all the rebel MLAs who went to Guwahati have betrayed Shiv Sena. But today it was also answered by the rebel MLAs. He said that he is a staunch Shiv Sainik of Balasaheb Thackeray. He could not even think of betraying Shiv Sena, but when he saw that Shiv Sena was weakening because of Congress and NCP, then he had to take this decision under compulsion. Uddhav Thackeray had also told these MLAs that if he comes to Mumbai and says that he does not trust him as Chief Minister, then he will resign in a minute.

“The law makes sense to us too”

At the same time, amidst all this political ruckus, Eknath Shinde has made a tweet. Shinde wrote, “Who are you trying to scare. Your manipulation and law are also understandable to us. The 10th (Schedule) whip of the Constitution is for the business of the House and not for the sitting. The Supreme Court regarding this. You can’t scare us by appealing for action against 12 MLAs. Because we are the real Shiv Sena and Shiv Sainiks of Bal Thackeray. We know the law, so we don’t care about such threats. You have There was no data, yet you formed a group, so we demand to take action against you.”

Shinde faction wrote a letter to the deputy speaker

The rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena have not yet decided when they will return to Mumbai, but these people are currently doing all their strategy through letters. Today he has written a letter to the Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra Assembly. The copy of this new resolution of Shiv Sena has the signatures of 37 MLAs and Eknath Shinde has been described as the leader of the legislature party. On Wednesday too, a letter was sent to the Deputy Speaker, in which it was said that the appointment of Ajay Chaudhary to the post of Legislature Party by Uddhav Thackeray is wrong. That letter had the signatures of 34 MLAs. Today India TV correspondent Atul Singh has spoken to Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Narhari Jhirwal regarding this letter. The Deputy Speaker admitted that he had received the letter from Shinde faction and would first check the authenticity of these signatures and then take a decision as per law.

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