Shiv Sena UBT Claims Eknath Shinde MLAs are in Touch with Uddhav Thackeray in Maharashtra

Uddhav Thackeray Claims: The Lok Sabha election results in Maharashtra have shocked the entire country. Mahayuti has won only 17 seats in the state, while Mahavikas Aghadi has won 31 seats. Now after the Lok Sabha election results, discussions have started about changing some political equations in the state. In such a situation, a big news is coming out from the political corridor. The news is that Eknath Shinde Six MLAs of the faction (Shiv Sena) are in touch with Uddhav Thackeray.

According to ABP Majha, during the Lok Sabha elections and after the Lok Sabha election results, six MLAs of the Shiv Sena Shinde faction tried to contact Uddhav Thackeray. After the party split, the MLAs who avoided excessive opposition to the Shiv Sena Thackeray group or remained neutral in the Shiv Sena Shinde group without reacting against Thackeray are said to be likely to join the Thackeray group.

Will Ajit Pawar also get a shock?
Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Thursday held a meeting of Nationalist Congress Party MLAs after his party’s poor performance in the Lok Sabha elections. NCP national president Ajit Pawar, party working president Praful Patel and state unit chief Sunil Tatkare, who retained the Raigad seat, were present at the meeting. Sources said five of the party’s 41 MLAs were absent. They said Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal is abroad while others are unwell.

NCP lost Baramati seat
An interesting fight took place on Baramati seat, one of the hottest seats in Maharashtra. Ajit Pawar had fielded his wife Sunetra Pawar from this seat. Sharad Pawar had also fielded his daughter Supriya Sule from this seat. Supriya Sule won the Baramati seat and Sunetra Pawar lost.

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