No relaxation for Uddhav Thackeray, know what’s the math of the 9 seats of Maharashtra Legislative Council

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: Today, the Election Commission has given permission to conduct elections on 9 seats of Maharashtra Legislative Council. This is a matter of reduction for Uddhav Thackeray, however dates will play a vital position on this regard. Because often a 21-day hole needs to be stored between the announcement of elections and voting. Meaning the election course of needs to be completed earlier than 25 May. Only then Uddhav Thackeray will be capable of get elected to the Legislative Council earlier than May 27 and can proceed within the post of CM. These 9 seats have been vacant since final 24 April.

However, Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut has welcomed this choice of the Election Commission. He says that Uddhav can be elected simply and Uddhav will stay the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. <! –


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Current arithmetic
According to the present energy, out of those 9 seats, Shiv Sena could get two seats, Congress two, NCP two and BJP three. In such a state of affairs, Uddhav is unquestionably relieved, however for peace he must wait until the day he’s elected.

Let us let you know that there was a chance of political and constitutional screws in Maharashtra, as a result of if Uddhav Thackeray couldn’t change into a member of both House of Legislative Council or Vidhan Sabha by May 27, he must resign from the post of Chief Minister.

For the previous one week, there was lots of spurt in developments on this challenge. Today (Friday) a 20-minute assembly was additionally held between CM Thackeray and Governor Koshyari. Earlier, Uddhav Thackeray's secretary and Shiv Sena secretary Milind Narvekar twice, metropolis growth minister Eknath Shinde met the governor as soon as. Senior NCP minister Jayant Patil and Congress's Balasaheb Thorat and Shiv Sena additionally wrote letters to the Election Commission. On Tuesday evening, Uddhav sought assist from PM Modi on this regard.

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