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Maharashtra announced the new CM, but it’s not Fadnavis

Amid Maharashtra’s political crisis, the BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis declared in a press conference that Eknath Shinde would be the new Chief Minister of Maharashtra. After a long battle for a leader, this decision has eased many, although people already predicted that Fadnavis would lead BJP in Maharashtra. Shinde and Fadnavis also met Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Raj Bhawan, where they held the claim to form a government. In 2019, the Maharashtra Government survived by joining hands with Congress and NCP to keep BJP out of power in the area; Fadnavis explained how Shiv Sena had led people down. He further added that there had been extreme corruption engulfing Maharashtra during the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, blaming the same on the two NCP leaders. 

 

Fadnavis said that he will not be a part of the Shinde-led ministry but will provide assistance from outside. NCP Chief Sharad Pawar congratulates Eknath Shinde, among other people, and the crowd seems to be supportive of Maharashtra’s designated CM. The oath ceremony is scheduled for 7:30 PM today. No other minister will be holding an oath this evening because the ministry has not yet formed. The ministers will be selected from the Shiv Sena rebellious BJP party as well as the independents who have helped and supported them. In short, Fadnavis declared the BJP Legislature Party and the Shiv Sena Legislature would be working under the supervision of Eknath Shinde, plus 16 independent MLAs have come to form a government. It has been announced that he will also consider people from outside. 

 

Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray announced his resignation the day before yesterday and additionally also resigned from the post of the member of the state Legislative Council. While expressing thank you on Facebook, Thackeray also exposed that his party MLAs had deserted him. In the meantime, Uddhav has also written a formal letter to the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, urging him to allow the government to go through a floor test and prove that the majority has been convening a special meeting of the state legislature on June 30th. A plea was also filed in the Supreme Court against the Governor’s advice. Adding to this, Justice Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala, in a few words, said, “We are not staying the Floor Test.” This followed Uddhav Thackeray’s resignation from the pedestal of CM.  

 

By TIS Staffer
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