From Guwahati to Guwahati: Senna Rebels’ Next Move Ahead of Tomorrow’s Floor Test
Shiv Sena’s rebels, led by Enato Sinde, will move from Guwahati to Guwahati today as Uddhav Thacke was ordered to prove a majority in tomorrow’s floor test. Rebel camps may stay at the Taj Resort & Convention Center, where 71 rooms are reportedly booked. According to sources, the private jet is expected to land in Goa around 4:30 pm.
A bus waiting outside entered the Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati, where the rebel camp stayed for a week, and security was strengthened by speculation that the rebel MLA would leave. According to sources, they could leave the five-star hotel between 12:00 and 12:30 pm and fly to the coastal states in the evening.
Goa, a BJP-controlled state near Mumbai, will need to attend a special Maharashtra parliamentary session tomorrow morning when Prime Minister Uddhav Thackley faces an important floor test to prove him. It’s a convenient transfer for a MLA. Many.
Governor Maharashtra has asked Prime Minister Uddhav Thackley to prove his majority tomorrow. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari wrote to Parliamentary Secretary Rajendra Bhagwat calling for a special session at 11:00 am.
Hours after the Governor of Maharashtra instructed Uddhav Thackley, Shiv Sena’s floor leader, Sunil Prabhu, moved the Supreme Court to challenge the Governor’s order. Abichek Manu Sinbi, a senior lawyer who has represented Uddhav Thacke in this case, is expected to refer to the petition for an urgent hearing at the Supreme Court at 10:30 am.