Maharashtra Political Crisis: Uddhav Thackeray gets cabinet support, will not resign from the post of CM, now the rebels will take these steps. Uddhav Thackeray got support of his cabinet not resign from CM post | Patrika News

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On Maharashtra cabinet meeting, state minister Dilip Walse Patil said, “There was no political discussion in this meeting, only the things which were on the agenda in the cabinet were approved and some issues are left, so maybe tomorrow it will be discussed.” At the same time, Minister Aslam Shaikh said, “In the cabinet meeting, there was a good discussion on all the issues related to Maharashtra including less rain in Maharashtra, water cut, more rain somewhere, Corona case, agriculture. There has been no political discussion in this.”

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Meanwhile, it is reported that a total of nine MLAs of the rebel camp led by Shiv Sena veteran Eknath Shinde have decided to write a letter to Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari informing that they have withdrawn their support to the Maha Vikas Aghadi government (MVA). have taken. Sources said that these MLAs include Rajkumar Patel of Prahar Party and Independent MLAs Ashish Jaiswal, Rajendra Yedraokar, Narendra Bondekar, Manjula Gavit, Geeta Jain, Vinod Agarwal and Chandrakant Patil.

It may be mentioned that Shiv Sena President and Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, showing a softness in his stand, appealed to the rebel MLAs of his party camping in Guwahati today to return and sit and discuss together. Shiv Sena chief said Thackeray said, “Many of you are in touch with us and are still attached to the Shiv Sena at heart. Families of many MLAs have also contacted us and conveyed their sentiments to us.”

He assured that as the head of the Shiv Sena family, he respected their views and wanted to make it clear from his heart that as of now no one is out of the party. Let us inform that on the intervening night of 21-22 June, a crisis situation arose in front of the MVA government, when most of the Shiv Sena MLAs under the leadership of Eknath Shinde went out of the state.

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