"Heaven won't fall without a vote tomorrow": From Team Makepeace to the Supreme Court

"Heaven won’t fall without a vote tomorrow": From Team Makepeace to the Supreme Court

When the Supreme Court heard Uddhav Thacke challenge the order to prove his majority tomorrow, the rebel Shiv Sena Group said it was “the real Senna now” and the Prime Minister. Claimed to have been reduced to a “desperate minority” within the party.

“Today we never leave Shiv Sena. We are Shiv Sena. 39 of the 55 Shiv Sena are with us,” said Eknath Shinde’s rebel group. The Maharashtra Parliament, who stated in court and knows that Team Thackeray can’t win.

The Maharashtra ruling coalition has called for the disqualification of Eknath Shinde and another 15 rebels, the MLA, but until July 12, the vice-chairman has also been questioned the power to decide on such cases. Time was given to respond to the notification.

Governor Bagat Singh Koshary has shown “unjustice and immoral haste” in ordering Uddhav Thackeley to prove a majority, noting that the MLA disqualification decision is pending.

He also claimed that the rebel MLA “clashed with other parties, including the BJP.”