Amidst The Mega-political Crisis In Maharashtra, There Was A Stir Due To The Arrival Of Priyanka Gandhi In Mumbai
It is being told that Priyanka is going to the Maldives from Mumbai. They have to catch a connecting flight from Mumbai.
Priyanka Gandhi has reached Mumbai amidst the political crisis of Maharashtra which is continuously deepening. This is said to be Priyanka's personal visit. On one hand, Sharad Pawar is also going to meet today and Uddhav Thackeray has also called a meeting of MLAs at 11.30. All the meetings are going on right now. Earlier, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress chief Nana Patole said on Wednesday that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has made it clear that there is no proposal to recommend the dissolution of the assembly.
It is being told that Priyanka is going to the Maldives from Mumbai. They have to catch a connecting flight from Mumbai. But on this politically stirring occasion, the political mercury has gone up due to Priyanka's arrival in Mumbai. The eye is on whether Priyanka meets anyone here or not.
Patole had said this thing
Talking to the media, Nana Patole had said that Udvav Thackeray has insisted that the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) alliance in the state will deal with the current crisis, and there is no proposal to recommend the dissolution of the state assembly. Apart from Shiv Sena, the MVA consists of Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (MVA).
Revolt in political parties, Congress bears the most brunt
Uddhav Thackeray left the CM's residence last night in the political crisis in Maharashtra. Uddhav Thackeray shifted with his belongings from Varsha Bungalow to his ancestral home Matoshree. First Uddhav's goods came out and then he left the government bungalow and reached Matoshree. When Uddhav's convoy was going to Matoshree, thousands of Shiv Sena workers were on the way. Uddhav greeted everyone with folded hands. Aaditya Thackeray greeted people outside Matoshree too.
government is in trouble
Earlier, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut had said on Twitter that the current political developments in Maharashtra could lead to the dissolution of the assembly. Let us inform you that senior Shiv Sena leader and minister Eknath Shinde has revolted. After this, a political crisis has arisen in the state. Meanwhile, Maharashtra minister and Congress Legislature Party leader Balasaheb Thorat said that 41 MLAs (out of the total 44 of the party in the state) attended the legislature party meeting held in Mumbai on Wednesday.