Uddhav Thackeray said our fight is against BJP and for that, we will unite India. I hope the state governor is watching us
Mumbai: All three political parties ShivSena, NCP and congress MLAs arrived at Mumbai’s Grand Hyatt hotel, where Sharad Pawar reached along with her daughter Supriya Sule around an hour ago. Neary 162 MLAs of the three-party combine are expected at the show of strength by non-BJP parties ahead of the Supreme Court ruling.
Senior ShivSena leader Sanjay Raut earlier today invited Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to Hyatt Hotel in Mumbai, where he said the three-party combine will showcase their show of strength. “We are all one and together, watch our 162 together for the first time at Grand Hyatt at 7 pm. Come and watch yourself,”.
Uddhav Thackeray said our fight is against BJP and for that, we will unite India. I hope the state governor is watching us. The truth must reveal about government formation in Maharashtra and people will realize.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar said BJP is misusing parliament procedure. People have formed the government doesn’t have the number 162 united MLAs. Some people have challenged the constitution. When the floor test will happen everything will be clear.
Pawar also said this, not Manipur or Goa this is Maharashtra. He adds, “Will take personal responsibility to ensure no MLA loses Assembly membership for voting against BJP.” It is clear BJP will find difficulty to form the government.
162 MLAs of the Congress-NCP-Shiv Sena combine to take the oath. NCP leader Jitendra Awhad read out a pledge on behalf of all MLAs of the NCP, Shiv Sena and Congress that gathered at the hotel. The pledge was, “I will be honest to my party.. will not get lured by anything. I will not do anything that will benefit the BJP. I will not get involved in any anti-party activities.”
According to sources, the NCP will attend the Joint Parliament session tomorrow on the occasion of Constitution Day, while the ShivSena, as well as the Congress with a few other Opposition parties, will be absent while protesting.