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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has left his official residence “Varsha” and moved into his family home “Matoshree”. The Shiv Sena attacked rebel MPs in its “Saamna” editorial. Asking them to “wake up on time”, he said it was now clear who was behind someone’s (BJP) “excessive victory” in the recent Rajya Sabha and Maharashtra MLC polls. Meanwhile, rebel leader Eknath Shinde remained defiant and insisted that the party withdraw from the “unnatural” ruling MVA alliance and demanded the support of a “sufficient number” of MPs. al appealed and offered to resign, saying he would be happy if a Shiv Sainik succeeded him. Breaking his silence on the revolt led by Shinde, Sena strongman of Thane, Thackeray said he was ready to step down if the rebel leader and MPs who support him, all camped in Guwahati in Assam ruled by the BJP, say they don’t. want him to continue as CM. The Shiv Sena currently has 55 deputies, the NCP 53 and the Congress 44 deputies. All three constitute the MVA. The opposition BJP has 106 seats in the Assembly. To escape disqualification under the anti-defection law, Shinde needs the support of 37 MPs. The rebel leader claimed that 46 Sena deputies were with him.

(Edited by : Priyanka Rathi)

First post: STI


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