Days after he resigned because the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday stated Eknath Shinde, who led the rise up with occasion MLAs to deliver down Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities, backstabbed him.
Addressing Shiv Sena staff in , Mr Thackeray stated that he had given Mr Shinde the accountability of the occasion.
“Shinde to whom I’ve given the accountability of the occasion backstabbed me, whereas NCP and Congress remained with us. It’s painful to see that these (MLAs and ministers) who gained attributable to Sena staff and acquired all the things has left him,” Thackeray advised media individuals right here.
Earlier in June this 12 months, Eknath Shinde led a gaggle of Sena MLAs towards the MVA authorities, leading to it dropping its majority within the Maharashtra meeting. This additionally led Shiv Sena chief Thackeray to step down as CM forward of a ground check.
The brand new Eknath Shinde-led authorities in Maharashtra gained the ground check on Monday by a 164-99 margin, proving his authorities’s majority and cementing his place as Chief Minister of the state and the chief of the Shiv Sena. 164 votes had been polled in favour of Shinde, whereas 99 votes had been polled towards the newly fashioned BJP-Shinde camp coalition.
The belief vote got here a day after BJP’s Rahul Narwekar was elected the Meeting Speaker. On Sunday Narwekar reinstated Shinde because the Shiv Sena’s legislative occasion chief and in addition acknowledged the appointment of Gogawale because the chief whip of the Shiv Sena.
After the Maharashtra authorities gained the belief vote within the state Meeting, Shiv Sena’s Eknath Shinde faction on Monday gave a petition to Meeting Speaker Rahul Narwekar for the suspension of 16 MLAs of the occasion belonging to Uddhav Thackeray’s camp for violation of whip.
The Speaker’s workplace confirmed that 16 MLAs can be issued discover for suspension. Mr Gogawale had additionally issued a whip to the occasion MLAs to stay current within the Vidhan Sabha for the ground check.
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