Maharashtra Political Crisis: Where will the politics of Maharashtra move now, know what experts say

When will the political stir caused by the rebellion of Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde in Maharashtra stop. What will be the turn in the politics of Maharashtra in the coming time. The market for speculation is hot about this. Know what is the opinion of experts about this …

Mumbai, PTI/JNN. The tussle in Maharashtra due to the rebellious attitude of Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has heated up the political atmosphere of the entire country. Not only this, the latest statement of Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has also added fuel to the fire in this political agitation. Sanjay Raut said that if the group of rebel MLAs camping in Assam return to Mumbai in 24 hours and discuss with Uddhav Thackeray, then Shiv Sena is also ready to leave the government of Maha Vikas Aghadi. Many political meanings are being taken out of this statement.

A constitutional expert believes that the situation has moved towards a floor test after Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Narhari Jirwal appointed Ajay Choudhary as the leader of Shiv Sena in the House in place of rebel leader Eknath Shinde. Former Maharashtra Advocate General Srihari Ane said the rebel MLAs led by Shinde may claim that they do not support the current Maha Vikas Aghadi government. This will increase the chances of bringing a no-confidence motion.

Srihari Ane said the decision to appoint Chowdhury as the leader of the Shiv Sena group in the House in place of Shinde was a sign of the process of no-confidence motion. The Shiv Sena-led MVA government can say that it has enough numbers to prove its majority and run a trust vote. Once it is fully established that the insurgent group has sufficient numbers, the avenues for a test of strength will begin to open.

In such a situation, when Shinde has claimed that he is the real Shiv Sena chief, then there will also be an eye on possible anti-defection action against the rebels. Srihari Ane said that the MLAs would also need two-thirds of the strength as a political party to save themselves from disqualification. Constitution expert and former General Secretary of Lok Sabha Subhash Kashyap says that if most of the Shiv Sena members are with Eknath Shinde, then he can come to power by forming a new party.

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