Team Thackeray demands disqualification of 17 rebel MLA: Sources
Shiv Sena has appealed to the Maharashtra Vice-Chairman for the disqualification of about 17 rebels MLA, sources say the number of rebels camp in Gwahati will reach 40. Said that it has been. It is underway, according to sources from the Maharashtra Government Legal Team.
Eknath Shinde has already reached the critical number of 37 required to split Sena within an assembly without violating the anti-defect law. With two more Senna MLAs scheduled to attend tonight, he has 39 MLAs.
This makes Uddhav Thackeray a minority of the party founded and led by his father Bal Thackeray for decades. Maha Vikas Aghadi previously claimed that 17 MLAs from the rebel camp were likely to return to the fold.
However, applications planned to be submitted by the MVA government are expected to act as a deterrent to rebels. The disqualification application from the Prime Minister must first be decided before the Vice-Chair can deal with other applications from the Cinde camp.