Political turmoil in Maharashtra: Today's national executive meeting will be held by CM Uddhav Thackeray

Maharashtra is characterized by a violent rebellion among Shiv Sena MLAs . Shiv Sena National Executive Committee meets at 1 p.m.

Mumbai (Maharashtra) (India), June 25 : Maharashtra is a state of affairs in Maharashtra, which is characterized by a violent rebellion among Shiv Sena MLAs.Maharashtra is a state of affairs in Maharashtra.Maharashtra's National Executive Committee meets at 1 p.m. on Saturday, according to Thackeray.The party's national executive committee will meet in Shiv Sena Bhavan, which the During his virtual address at the meeting, the Shiv Sena chief said that they had suspected the rebellion and revealed that Eknath Shinde, a rebel, had presented himself with the issue of MLAs willing to join the BJP.

The rebel MLAs are trying to destabilize the organization.I never had wished that I would be the chief minister, as I had in dreams.Asked the Shiv Sena leaders of his party to tell him if he is ineffective and unable to run the organization, he said, I have left Varsha Bungalow but not the energy to fight.This issue isn't even mentioned.

I told him the department in which I was stationed.His own son is an MP, and criticisms are being made against him.I had pain in my neck and head, I was unable to talk properly, I could not open my eyes, but I didn't bother about it, according to Thackeray, who underwent a cervical spine surgery last year.Although Shiv Sena received a notice of a no-confidence vote against Deputy Speaker Narhari Jhirwal on Friday, the Eknath Shinde party pleaded with him to withdraw from the assembly's meeting on Wednesday, including Sandeep Bhumare, Mahesh Shinde, Abdul Sattar, Bharat Gogawale, Yadhav, Anil Babar, and Lata Chaudhari, according to the letter.