Maharashtra Crisis: Shinde To Meet Governor Today, Uddhav Sarkar’s Countdown Begins?

Since the Supreme Court’s decision to hold any action on the suspension of the 38 rebel MLAs till July 11, the troubles for Uddhav camp have increased while the Shinde camp in Guwahati has called it their “victory” and celebrated in the hotel. Amongst the 55, 38 MLAs of Shivsena are in Guwahati who may anytime soon write to the governor on withdrawing their support from the MVA government.

On the other hand, the Uddhav camp is also aggressive on the rebel MLAs, but still Shivsena MP Sanjay Raut is claiming to have some MLAs in contact. Though the Shivsena and Congress-NCP leaders are claiming to have full majority, the numbers are in favour of the BJP which is eyeing to form the next government in Maharashtra.

As per the media reports, rebel Shivsena leader Eknath Shinde may meet Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari today. Sources claim that the rebel camp may give a letter to the governor, withdrawing the support of the rebel MLAs from the MVA government and  request the governor to give a call for the floor test in Maharashtra assembly.

The Bharatiya Janata Party was playing the curtains till yesterday, but now a series of meetings of the BJP leaders in Mumbai and Delhi, makes it clear that the BJP is all set to form the government in Maharashtra with Eknath Shinde and the support of his supportive rebel MLAs. On the other hand, the Shivsena workers are continuously protesting against the rebels, vandalising and attacking their offices. 

On the other hand, Eknath Shinde’s supporters have also started gathering on the roads in Thane, protesting against Shivsena MP Sanjay Raut. As per the numbers, the final countdown for the Uddhav government has started. With the success of the so-called “operation lotus”, the opposition is set to lose one more state.

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