Mumbai: Amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had made up his mind to resign from the post of CM. He thought of resigning twice, but both times a top Aghadi leader stopped him. This information has come to the fore by quoting sources.
Sources said, the day Eknath Shinde went to Surat with his supporters. On the same day at 5 pm on Facebook Live, Uddhav Thackeray had made up his mind to resign from the post of Chief Minister. But at the behest of a big leader of the MVA government, he postponed it. For this reason Facebook Live started with a delay of half an hour.
Then on the second day, Uddhav Thackeray had made up his mind to resign from the post of Chief Minister at 4 pm. That is why he had also called a meeting of secretaries so that the last thanks could be given to him. But as soon as that big leader of MVA was aware, he again explained and stopped him from resigning from the post of Chief Minister.
Let us tell you, the political crisis of Maharashtra has reached the Supreme Court. Hearing the hearing, the Supreme Court has given immediate relief to the Shiv Sena rebels. The Supreme Court has given 14 days to reply to the disqualification notice. Hearing this matter on Monday, the Supreme Court has issued notices to all the parties and sought their response in five days. The court will now hear the matter on July 11.
The floor test in the Maharashtra assembly is likely to happen by this weekend. At least two MLAs will be coming to Mumbai in the next two days to meet governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari about the situation.
They are likely to inform him about the loss of confidence in the current MVA government. Top sources said the governor will call for a floor test on the plea of the MLAs.