In the midst of the political emergency in the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra, three more Shiv Sena MLAs on Thursday left for Guwahati in Assam to join the radical camp drove by bureau serve Eknath Shinde.
Deepak Kesakar (MLA from Sawantwadi), Mangesh Kudalkar (Chembur) and Sada Sarvankar (Dadar) took a morning departure from Mumbai to Guwahati, a nearby partner of Shinde said.
On Wednesday night, four MLAs, including Maharashtra serve Gulabrao Patil, had traveled to Guwahati.
Shinde will counsel the MLAs with him and afterward choose when to get back to Mumbai, his partner said.
In the wake of arriving at Guwahati on Wednesday, Shinde had guaranteed the help of 46 lawmakers, including a few Independents.
He had given a letter to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly’s delegate speaker, endorsed by 35 Sena MLAs, supplanting Sunil Prabhu with Bharat Gogavale as the central whip of the Shiv Sena council party.
Shinde has kept up with that while the NCP and the Congress were developing further in the MVA collusion, the Shiv Sena, which heads the overseeing coalition, and its laborers were getting deliberately debilitated
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday night emptied his authority home, hours subsequent to contacting Shiv Sena nonconformists with a profound allure and proposing to stop, even as agitator pioneer Shinde stayed insubordinate and demanded the party ought to leave the “unnatural” administering collusion MVA, and guaranteed the help of “enough number” of MLAs.
The CM had moved out of ‘Varsha’, his authority home in south Mumbai, and moved to Matoshree, the Thackeray family’s confidential cottage in rural Bandra, in the midst of extreme emotion as the Shiv Sena declared he won’t leave in that frame of mind of resistance by Shinde, who is exploring nature with rebel MLAs in Guwahati.