Eknath Shinde on Disqualification Notices: Who Is Sena Trying To Scare?

Eknath Shinde, a rebel, reacted angrily to Shiv Senas decision to issue disqualification notices for 12 MLAs . The Speaker, not the party, has the ability to disqualify any MLA .

Mumbai: Eknath Shinde, a rebel, reacted angrily to Shiv Senas' decision to issue disqualification notices for 12 MLAs.In a series of tweets, the leader of the Sena's group, portraying it as the true Shiv Sena, questioned who the Sena is attempting to intimidate.On the list of 12 people to be worried about, Mr Shinde and his son are on it.We all know your make-up and the rules.

There are numerous Supreme Court decisions in this regard, so delve in to a rough version of the first of his three tweets in Marathi.You cant help us by soliciting compensation from 12 MLAs.Read the second tweet because we are the authentic Shiv Sena and Shiv Sainik of the venerable Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray.Yesterday, the Sena issued an ultimatum to the rebels, claiming that participation in a 5 pm meeting called by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray at his official residence Varsha would result in disqualification.

Sena filed the complaint with the Deputy Speaker and asked him to initiate disqualification proceedings under the Anti-Defection Act, citing anti-party activities, and the rebels failed to attend the legislature party meeting, which was physically impossible because they were encased in a Guwahati hotel.Mr Shinde appears to have reached the critical number of 37 Sena MLAs necessary to split the party in the assembly without breaking the anti-defection statute.The Senas case was a deterrent measure that is likely to give it more time, since the Deputy Speaker will address a disqualification petition from the Chief Minister before referring to any request from the Shinde camp.It will also give the Sena a numerical advantage in the Assembly, as the disqualification of the MLAs would lower the 144-point threshold in the 287-member chamber.