Sena claims that we are in contact with 21 rebels who wish to return.

Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis left for Delhi on Thursday evening to visit Union home minister Amit Shah . Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis left for Delhi on Thursday evening to visit Union home minister Amit Shah .

Mumbai: According to reports, the BJP's central leadership will guide the party's moves in Maharashtra on government formation.Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis left for Delhi on Thursday evening to visit Union home minister Amit Shah.Eknath Shinde has secured the two-thirds mark required to avoid prosecution under the anti-defection statute.According to reports, we will soon know what to do next.

Sena leader Arvind Sawant approached deputy assembly speaker Narhari Zirwal and introduced a petition on the grounds that the 12 MLAs had not attended meetings called by the party whip after the rebellion began.Despite this, a combative Shinde cautioned the party not to insult him.Who are you trying to intimidate?According to the Constitution, the whip is designed to serve as a tool for assembly purposes rather than for party functions.

He continued, We are Shiv Sena pramukh Balasaheb Thackerays real Shiv Sena and Shiv Sainiks.We've got the code.We want revenge against you because you created an illegal organization without the numbers, so we call for a police probe.In Sharad Pawar's first speech after the rebellion, the MVA declared that without a floor test, it could not be considered a minority government.

According to Pawar, the MVA will pass the floor test.The rebel MLAs would have to attend the state assembly for the floor test, and Assam leaders would not be allowed to come here to advise them.In response to a question, Pawar said that the BJP's involvement in the revolt was obvious.You can see who has been organizing in Gujarat and Assam, he said, quoting deputy chief minister Ajit Pawars' statement that there has been no BJP hand in the rebellion so far.

Although the bulk of the early dissidents were from rural Maharashtra, more MLAs from Mumbai and Konkan joined the party's bastions on Thursday.Deepak Kesarkar (Sawantwadi), Mangesh Kudalkar (Kurla), and Sada Sarvankar (Mahim) were among them.When the revolution broke out, Sarvankar had backed the organisation.Agriculture Minister Dada Bhuse will attend to dinner by evening.

The Sena said it was in touch with 21 rebel MLAs who would return to the party.Sena MP Sanjay Raut attempted to reassure dissidents by saying that the group was ready to abandon the MVA, which has been their primary demand.Shiv Sena is ready to leave the MVA.The MLAs requesting this may return to Mumbai and present this plan to party chief Uddhav Thackeray, and it will be discussed thereafter, according to Raut.

Shinde wrote to the rebels on Wednesday, requesting his resignation.In response to CM Uddhav Thackerays emotional call to the rebels, Shinde published a hard-hitting letter from dissident MLA Sanjay Shirsat.Thackeray was reportedly deemed inaccessible and flanked by a coterie that refused to meet him in Sena MLAs in the letter.