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Maharashtra Politics: Eknath Shinde to become Shiv Sena chief after becoming CM? Decision to be taken on August 8

Mumbai: It has been a month since the uproar in the politics of Maharashtra. The government changed in the state. New CM, Minister has arrived. But the fighting still continues. Now the fight is about Shiv Sena. Eknath Shinde had separated from Shiv Sena and claimed that the real Shiv Sena party is his. On the other hand, party founder Balasaheb Thackeray’s son and former CM Uddhav Thackeray says that the Shiv Sena is his and no one can snatch it. The matter is with the Election Commission. Who is the real Shivsen, it can be decided on 8th August of next month.

The Election Commission has issued notices to the factions of Eknath Shinde and Uddhav Thackeray. The Election Commission has sought documentary evidence from both of them to prove their majority. The matter will be heard on August 8 and it will be known who is the real Shiv Sena.

Shinde’s claim – his election symbol bow and arrow
The Shinde faction, claiming itself to be the original Shiv Sena, approached the Election Commission. Meanwhile, 12 of the party’s 19 MPs in the Lok Sabha have marched towards the Shinde faction. In the Lok Sabha, the Speaker also gave them the recognition of a separate faction. His new party whip chief is also about to be appointed.

Maharashtra Politics: Whose Shiv Sena? Election Commission calls Shinde and Uddhav faction to prove majority
The Shinde faction had written to the Election Commission demanding allotment of the Shiv Sena’s election symbol ‘Dhanush-Baan’ to them. In a letter sent to the Election Commission, the Shinde faction claimed the support of 40 out of 55 MLAs and 12 out of 19 Lok Sabha MPs.

Uddhav said – we should be heard before the decision
Shiv Sena supremo and founder late Balasaheb Thackeray’s son and Uddhav Thackeray’s faction also wrote to the Election Commission. In this letter, the camp of the former Chief Minister of the state had requested that his views be heard before taking any decision on the claims on the name of the party and its symbol.


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