Eknath Shinde turned out to be a player, Sharad Pawar also conceded defeat in crisis; Said be ready to struggle outside power

From numbers to cooperation, the difficulties of Mahavikas Aghadi in Maharashtra seem to be increasing.In the important meeting of the party held on Thursday, the Nationalist Congress Party has given indications of going to power.At the same time, only 12 MLAs made their presence felt in the Shiv Sena meeting.Here, the strength of the Eknath Shinde camp, which is stationed in Guwahati, Assam, continues to increase.It is reported that 49 MLAs have stood in his favor.These include 42 Shiv Sena MLAs and 7 independent MLAs.

A special meeting of NCP was held on Thursday.During this, chief Sharad Pawar has also said that after the loss of power, be ready for further struggle.Along with this, he has spoken of supporting Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, State Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil, Ministers Jayant Patil, Jitendra Avhad, leader Sunil Tatkare were present in this discussion held at the residence of Supremo Pawar.

Shiv Sena on the verge of collapse! Shiv Sena, which is battling the rebellion of the MLAs, had also called a meeting today.The special thing is that only 12 MLAs of the party reached this meeting.However, if you include Aaditya Thackeray, the party has 13 MLAs, but he was absent from the meeting and was present in Matoshree.Here, senior party leader Sanjay Raut was constantly claiming that he has 20 MLAs in contact.

The Congress, which is involved in the ruling alliance Maha Vikas Aghadi in the state, has also expressed confidence in the decisions of CM Thackeray.Party’s state president Nana Patole tweeted, ‘Congress will support Uddhav Thackeray in the decision regarding the chief minister’s post in Mahavikas Aghadi. 

According to media reports, all is not well between the Congress and the NCP.Patole has alleged that Congress is harassed by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.At the same time, he has claimed that his party is ready to sit in the opposition.