Big blow to Eknath Shinde, deputy speaker rejects no-confidence motion

Mumbai: InMaharashtra, the siasat is still witnessing a lot of confusion. Uddhav Thackeray arrived in the afternoon to attend the Shiv Sena's national executive meeting. Earlier, the Shinde faction, which was present in Guwahati, hinted at forming a new party. In the meantime, a big news is coming in which it is being said that Eknath Shinde has suffered a big setback, the deputy speaker has rejected the no-confidence motion.   

The office of rebel Shiv Sena MLA Tanaji was ransacked by Shiv Sena workers. After the news, Tanaji Sawant tweeted that when the time comes, a befitting reply will be given to Jasi. NCP spokesperson Mahesh Tapase has said that some invisible force is working to topple the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. They have also demanded that the Enforcement Directorate and the Income Tax Department should investigate who provided the money to destabilise the government. Tapase said that some invisible forces are currently working to topple the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in the state. That invisible force has made some of the Shiv Sena MLAs rebel in Maharashtra.

[] Congress leader Ashok Chavan has said that there is anger among Shiv Sainiks against the MLAs who switched sides. Anger has to be there. He said whatever is happening to the Shiv Sena is their internal matter. Chief Minister Uddhav is adept at handling it. On the question of disqualification of mlAs, he said legal procedures should be followed. At the same time, Congress leader Thorat said that there is no need for President's rule in the state. He also said that the BJP has tried to do this several times in many states. That will not happen in Maharashtra. They won't succeed.  

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