President’s rule in Maharashtra, SC to hear Shiv Sena’s plea tomorrow against Governor

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Mumbai, November 12: President’s rule has come into force in Maharashtra. The President of India Ram Nath Kovind has signed the proposal of the Union Cabinet. Meanwhile, senior Congress leaders have arrived in Mumbai from Delhi after missing the chance to form a government in Maharashtra.

Meanwhile, a meeting of Congress leaders is going on at the YB Chavan auditorium with NCP leaders including NCP chief Sharad Pawar. In this meeting, all eyes are on what the leaders of Congress and NCP will decide.

The leaders who reached Mumbai include Mallikarjun Kharge Ahmed Patel and KC Venugopal of Congress. Congress state president Balasaheb Thorat and other leaders were present at the Mumbai airport to welcome them. Earlier in Delhi, Mallikarjun Kharge, Ahmed Patel and KC Venugopal had a meeting with Sonia Gandhi. The meetings of NCP leaders continued throughout the day at the Vibi Chavan auditorium. Now senior Congress leaders are going to meet with Sharad Pawar.

Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari had sent a recommendation to the Union Home Ministry to implement President’s rule in the state, the next action has also started. In such a situation, everyone’s eyes are on what will be decided in the Congress-NCP meeting.

Shiv Sena filed a petition

Here, Shiv Sena leader Anil Parab has informed that a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Governor. The Shiv Sena has filed a petition in the Supreme Court through Kapil Sibal. According to Parab, the governor was asked for two days to form the government, but he refused to give time. A party was given 48 hours while we were given only 24 hours.

Uddhav reached to meet party MLAs

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray arrived at the hotel in Malad to meet party MLAs. To avoid the politics of sabotage, newly elected Shiv Sena MLAs have been kept in a hotel for the last four days. There is disappointment among the MLAs. On Tuesday, meetings of party leaders went on throughout the day at Uddhav’s residence Matoshree. There is resentment among Shiv Sainiks for not giving enough time to Shiv Sena by the Governor. Uddhav rushed to meet the MLAs so that the morale of Shiv Sainiks and MLAs did not fall. He is accompanied by senior party leaders Subhash Desai, Diwakar Rawate, Eknath Shinde, Aditya Thackeray and other leaders. People are curious about what decision Uddhav will take regarding going with the Congress-NCP.

Hope to form government

Congress leader Manikrao Thackeray said that even if President’s rule comes into force. We stake claim to form the government. Further decision will be taken in the Congress-NCP meeting. We want to give a permanent government to the state. NCP spokesman Nawab Malik said that the Governor has invited us. We have been given time till 8:30 pm. Senior Congress leaders have reached Mumbai. We will decide further by meeting with Congress. We do not have a clear majority. A government can be formed only with the Shiv Sena. Further decision will be taken by negotiating with Congress.

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