Mumbai: Maharashtra’s political landscape is ever-evolving. One after another, new tricks are being tried. While Sanjay Raut, the leader of Uddhav Thackeray’s party, asserts that he will, if necessary, demonstrate majority in the assembly, Uddhav Thackeray is attempting to get the rebel MLAs to resign. In other words, he has ruled out the idea of resigning.
It should be recalled that Uddhav Thackeray first came on Facebook and offered to resign after speaking with Eknath Shinde other rebellious voices within the party. Sanjay Raut, a leader in the party, quickly spoke up and ruled out resignation. Raut stated that if necessary, he will use the assembly to demonstrate majority.
Yesterday, Sharad Pawar, the leader of the NCP, and Supriya Sule met with Uddhav Thackeray. According to rumours, Sharad Pawar had recommended Eknath Shinde to take the position of chief minister in order to save the government as a result of this meeting. The news has been debunked by Sanjay Raut. Eknath Shinde, on the other hand, asserts that he is accompanied by more than 38 MLAs. After Sanjay Raut completes the floor test, his journey won’t be simple in this circumstance.