NCP MLAs say that they have been misled and brought to Raj Bhavan. Based on him, he received a name from NCP chief Ajit Pawar at 12 pm. He instructed the MLAs that someplace they need to go for dialogue. Solely after this the political developments instantly modified within the state.
NCP MLA Rajendra Shingane: Ajit Pawar had known as me to debate one thing and from there I used to be taken with different MLAs to Raj Bhavan. Earlier than we may perceive the oath ceremony was full. I hastened to Pawar Sahab and instructed him I’m with Sharad Pawar and NCP. pic.twitter.com/cVJIFfSatw
— ANI (@ANI) November 23, 2019
Within the press convention, NCP MLA Rajendra Shingne stated, ‘Ajit Pawar known as me and stated that we now have to debate one thing. After this I used to be taken to Raj Bhavan together with different MLAs. Earlier than we may perceive something, the swearing-in ceremony was over. After that I instantly went to Pawar sahib (Sharad Pawar) and knowledgeable him about it. I’m with Sharad Pawar and NCP.
Shiv Sena and NCP held a joint press convention.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar stated on this that motion will probably be taken towards Ajit Pawar as per the process for what he has accomplished. The MLAs who went with Ajit are with me. He stated that we’ll type the federal government in Maharashtra. We are going to type the federal government, there isn’t a doubt about it. BJP has secretly shaped the federal government. We now have the required knowledge to type the federal government.
Alternatively, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray stated that the entire nation is watching the sport which is happening within the identify of democracy. We now have revered the mandate. Concentrating on BJP, he stated that we do the work of connecting whereas BJP is doing the work of breaking. This authorities won’t be able to show majority in the home. Uddhav Thackeray stated that no matter we do, we do it in broad daylight. BJP secretly shaped the federal government. He did the identical in Bihar and Haryana.
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