Will the Uddhav Thackeray government fall? Sanjay Raut said – Assembly can be dissolved; BJP’s preparations intensified

Sanjay Raut News: Shiv Sena seems to be admitting defeat amid the ongoing political turmoil in Maharashtra. The party’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has tweeted that the assembly may be dissolved in the direction in which the political developments in the state are progressing. It is believed from his tweet that Shiv Sena is unable to handle the rebel MLAs and now it can consider going for elections. Meanwhile, the movements are intensifying in the BJP camp and MLAs are reaching the house of former CM Devendra Fadnavis. This morning itself, Sanjay Raut had given another statement, which was estimated to weaken the spirits of Shiv Sena. He said that whatever happens at most, the power will go away. But the power also comes.

Actually, Sanjay Raut said that Eknath Shinde is with us for years and working shoulder to shoulder. It will not be difficult for him to leave the party. It is not easy for us to separate them as well. We have had a conversation today for an hour. All MLAs are in Shiv Sena and will remain here. I have spoken to him in the morning also. There is no problem, they will remain in Shiv Sena. Eknath Shinde is a very good friend of ours.

Governor Koshyari is hospitalized due to Corona

Meanwhile, Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari got corona. He has been admitted to a private hospital in South Mumbai on Wednesday morning. A Raj Bhavan official said that he was running fever, weakness and cough for the past few days. His swab was taken yesterday and the report came late last night. Doctors have advised hospitalization for better monitoring.

Eknath Shinde is claiming 40 MLAs

Meanwhile, Eknath Shinde, who reached La Meridien Hotel in Surat on Tuesday morning, has now reached Guwahati, where a BJP MLA welcomed him. It is reported quoting sources that Eknath Shinde may stake claim to form the government with the BJP. Talking to the media in Guwahati, Eknath Shinde also indicated this. He said that we have the support of more than 40 MLAs and soon some more may join us.

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