Shivsena changed hotel, will move from Nariman Point to Powai, MLAs will get service of five star hotels again

Mumbai: In the election of the Legislative Council, the MLAs of the Legislative Assembly will once again get ‘AC’ service of Five Star Hotels. All the political parties have started inviting their respective party MLAs to hotels to save them from breakdown. There is also news of Shivsena changing hotels. From Nariman Point, Powai will take her to a five star on the banks of the lake, where she will bring her on the day of polling on June 20. At the same time, BJP will serve its MLAs in the same hotel in Cuffe Parade. In the Rajya Sabha elections, the BJP has given a blow to Mahavikas Aghadi. The government has not been able to recover from it. It has become a matter of nose for the government to win 10 seats in the Legislative Council.

In this regard, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held a meeting with the prominent leaders of the constituent parties of Mahavikas Aghadi. There has been talk of showing solidarity in the meeting. In the meeting, Congress leaders said that the task of getting the victory in the second seat of the Congress is of the Mahavikas Aghadi government and not only their responsibility. In fact, the leaders of the constituent parties of Mahavikas Aghadi are angry with each other due to the defeat in the Rajya Sabha elections. The NCP has also indicated that those who need additional votes should make their own arrangements. This angered the Congress leader.

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MLAs ordered to reach Mumbai by June 18
To avoid defeat in the Legislative Council elections, the constituents of the Mahavikas Aghadi government have again called their MLAs to hotels. State Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, while talking to reporters in Pune on Thursday, said that all the parties of the coalition party (Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress) have asked the MLAs to reach Mumbai before June 18. On the setback in the Rajya Sabha elections, Deputy Chief Minister Pawar said that BJP’s third candidate Dhananjay Mahadik won due to second preference votes.

He said that in the first round the Shiv Sena candidate got 33 votes while the BJP candidate got 27 votes, but in the second round Mahadik went ahead. He further said that now we are taking all precautions in the Legislative Council elections. All the MLAs have been asked to reach Mumbai by June 18.

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BJP took a jibe at changing the hotel
BJP took a jibe at Shiv Sena for changing hotel and area for MLAs to stay. Talking to reporters on Thursday, BJP leader Ashish Shelar said that changing the hotel will not give victory. He has to work. You have to gain the trust of the people. Shelar said that the way BJP has won in Rajya Sabha, in the same way BJP will win in Legislative Council as well. Shelar said that, we wanted the election to be held unopposed, but some people did not agree.

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BJP meeting regarding Andheri assembly by-election
BJP held a meeting on Thursday regarding the Andheri assembly by-election. Mumbai BJP President Mangal Prabhat Lodha called this meeting at the party office in Dadar, in which a two-hour long discussion took place. The strategy to win the by-election was chalked out in the meeting. The slogan in the meeting was ‘Andheri toh tableau hai BMC baaki hai’. The seat fell vacant after the death of Shiv Sena MLA Ramesh Latke.

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