Maharashtra Heading Towards Dissolution Of Vidhan Sabha: Shiv Sena Leader Sanjay Raut

 

Sanjay Raut had earlier said that talks are underway with rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde and MLAs supporting him.

New Delhi: After a day of the political crisis in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has hinted that Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha will be dissolved soon. Raut took to Twitter and said, "the ongoing political crisis in Maharashtra is heading to the dissolution of Vidhan Sabha."

This comes after Raut said that talks are underway with the rebel MLAs and Maharashtra minister Eknath Shinde who has claimed that he is being supported by 40 MLAs.


Raut said, “Talks are underway with MLAs who are with Eknath Shinde, everybody will stay in Shiv Sena. Our party is a fighter, we'll struggle consistently, atmost we might lose power but we'll continue to fight.”

Regarding senior party leader Eknath Shinde who turned against the party, Raut said, “Eknath Shinde is our very old party member, he is our friend, we've worked together for decades. It's neither easy for him nor for us to leave each other. I had a conversation with him for an hour this morning & the party chief was intimated about it.” 

According to an ANI report, 33 Shiv Sena MLAs and 7 independent legislators of Maharashtra have signed a letter of support to Eknath Shinde and may write to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari requesting him for a floor test in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. 

The rebel legislators are currently lodged in Guwahati's Raddison Blu hotel in Assam and reports claimed that CM Himanta Biswa Sarma was also seen there before the MLAs arrived from Surat. 

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