Eknath Shinde Reinstated As Sena Legislative Leader Ahead Of Trust Vote

"Yes, it’s the ED government": Devendra Banhart’s wordplay after a trust vote

“People curse it as the ED government. Yes, it’s the ED government of Eknath-Devendra.” — Deputy Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis of Maharashtra used the name of Prime Minister Eknath Shinde and his own name in today’s parliament. Adopted some wording. He accuses the Executive Office (ED) of being abused to bring about a change of power.

Opposition MLA previously shouted “ED, ED” when Uddhav Thacke’s Senna rebels supported Enato Sinde in a trust vote that won 164-99, increasing the winning margin of yesterday’s speaker elections. I did. Some of these MLAs or their families are facing investigations by the ED, an agency under the central government led by the BJP.

Uddhav Thacke has finally resigned as prime minister last Wednesday since the rebellion of the Cinde camp began. Team Thackeray says the ED was abused to force the party’s MLA to revolt in support of the BJP.

Today, Mr. Fadnabis said in addition to countering these allegations, the BJP-Shiv Sena pre-voting alliance was delegated in 2019. He mentioned that Uddhav Thacke’s Shiv Sena abandoned the BJP to form a government with the collapsed government of Congress and the NCP last week.

“With Eknath Shinde, we have once again formed a government with Shiv Sena. Shiv Sainik has become a commercial,” he said, emphasizing Shinde’s claim that his faction is real Shiv Sena. BJP and Shiv Sena were in power together from 2014 to 2019, with Mr. Fadnabis as Prime Minister.