Mumbai, October 30: Political arena in Maharashtra became a place of war zone and crisis when state Public Works minister Eknath Shinde quit from his post and sent his resignation to Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray. Soon after that Chief Minister hits out Shiv Sena saying the ally party is drama company and is terrorising Bhartiya Janata Party candidates.Also Read - Maharashtra Revises Guidelines For Passengers Arriving In State Amid Omicron Threat | Check Details Here
Speaking at the party meeting on the concluding day for the Kalyan-Dombivali municipal elections’ campaigning, Uddhav Thackeray said that he will not accept the resignation of single minister, will pull out of the government, if they (BJP) keep on doing and fulfilling its wishes, the way they want to. Thakrey also warned of dire consequences if the Devendra Fadnavis do not bother to take care of the Hindu people and the agenda of ‘Marathi Manus’. (ALSO READ: Shiv Sena leader Anil Chavan shot at in Mira Road; condition critical) Also Read - World's Largest Political Party...: Uddhav Thackeray Takes Dig at Former Ally
The legislator Shinde from Kopri-Pachpakhadi assembly seat in Thane is the minister in the Bhartiya Janata Party ruled Maharashtra state. He had been upset over the way Shiv Sainik were treated by the current government. Being a leader from the right wing, Shinde has been associated with protests Shiv Sainiks. Soon after the Sena MLA submitted his resignation to the party chief, his resignation was cancelled by Thackeray. Also Read - Maharashtra Bandh: 8 BEST Buses Damaged, Markets Shut As Normal Life Hit; BJP Slams Uddhav Govt | 10 Points
In the 288 seats of Maharashtra Assembly, BJP has attained 122 seats and it ally Shiv Sena has 63 seats. Now with the current political scenario, is Shiv Sena pulls out, the BJP will have to take the support of NCP which has 41 seats.