Uddhav Thackeray is losing power in Maharashtra


The fall of the government in Maharashtra, India, is now just a matter of time. Shiv Sena, the ruling party in the state, has seen a split in the BJP’s strategy. A total of 34 MLAs, including the party’s rebel leader Eknath Sindhe, are currently staying at a luxury hotel in BJP-ruled Assam’s Guwahati. Many are saying that defector Eknath Sindh could be the next Chief Minister of the state.

Shiv Sena rebel leader Eknath Sindh claims he has 48 MLAs with him. Meanwhile, he sent a letter from Guwahati to Raj Bhavan containing a list of MLAs supporting him. As a result, the fall of the coalition government of Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP is inevitable.Follow the Google News feed to get the latest news from Today’s Magazine Online
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said, ‘If my own people do not want me as Chief Minister, they should talk to me. I am ready to resign. I am Balsaheb’s son, I am not greedy for the post. ‘

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav himself and Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari attacked Kovid. In this situation, the Chief Minister held a party meeting with the MLAs through video conference. However, Eknath Sindh claimed that the meeting was illegal and that they were the real Shiv Sena.

Congress leader Kamal Nath alleges that BJP MLAs are creating unrest through bargaining. Congress will support Uddhav. NCP leader Sharad Pawar has said the same. However, Devendra Fardanbish, the leader of the opposition BJP, claims that the present government has no moral right to stay in power for a moment.