‘Not worried, have 50 MLAs’: Eknath Shinde’s latest dare before floor test | Latest News India

Eknath Shinde interacted with reporters before leaving Guwahati and said his faction was Balasaheb Thackeray’s Shiv Sena, which would further their ideology of Hindutva.

Shiv Sena rebel leader Eknath Shinde has expressed confidence that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will be defeated tomorrow by order of Governor BS Koshyari and said he has 50 MLAs, including Independents, not worried about the antitrust test. Him. “We pass the test because the majority in a democracy is supreme.”

“We visit Balasaheb’s memorial site (temporary memorial of Shiv Sena chiefs in Mumbai). It is the Shiv Sena of Balasaheb Thackeray that propels his Hindutva ideology.

Wednesday is the last day of the weekend stay of the rebel MLAs in Guwahati and they are planning to take the floor test to Goa today and tomorrow to Mumbai. The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed by the Shiv Sena against the governor’s order at 5 pm.

The rebel lawmakers plan to fly to Goa first, instead of flying straight to Mumbai, where there is no restriction on their movement. The SpiceJet flight has been arranged to take lawmakers from Guwahati to Goa. Already, arrangements have been made to fly lawmakers to Mumbai for a confidence test, which will begin at 11 am.

On Wednesday, lawmakers took a bus from a five-star hotel to the Kamakhya temple by the Assam State Transport Agency. Returned from the temple to the hotel. Reports said that they will leave for Goa on Wednesday evening after the Supreme Court has made it clear whether or not the floor test will be held tomorrow. It has been said that the plans so far are fluid as everything depends on the outcome of the Supreme Court hearing.


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