Maharashtra Crisis: Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal has determined himself at the centre of the political crisis in Maharashtra where the Speaker’s post has been vacant because February 2021.
Sanjay Raut, the chief spokesperson of Shiv Sena, that’s scuffling with a rebel led via senior leader Eknath Shinde, these days took a swipe on the rebellion leaders tenting in BJP-dominated Assam.
“How long will you disguise in Guwahati? You will ought to come returned to Chowpatty,” he tweeted with an photograph of Maharashtra Assembly Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal, who has served notices to 16 rise up MLAs at the Sena disqualification plea.
कब तक छीपोगे गोहातीमे..
आना हि पडेगा.. चौपाटीमे.. %.Twitter.Com/tu4HcBySSO
- Sanjay Raut (@rautsanjay61) June 26, 2022
Mr Zirwal, who’s from Sharad Pawar’s Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), has observed himself at the centre of the political disaster in Maharashtra in which the Speaker’s put up has been vacant given that February 2021.
Apart from the notices to the rebels, Mr Zirwal has rejected the no-confidence movement moved by using minister Eknath Shinde’s camp against him.
Though 34 rebellion MLAs had signed the no-confidence movement, none of the MLAs submitted it to the Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal’s workplace, deciding on as an alternative to ship it thru an anonymous e-mail ID on June 22 at 11:30 AM, resources said.
“In view of the gravity of the situation count number, it’s far imperative that the genuineness of the communique be proven and ascertained earlier than taking the identical on record,” assets informed NDTV as cause for rejection of the no-self assurance movement.
Mr Zirwal had earlier cleared the appointment of Ajay Chaudhary to update Eknath Shinde as leader of the Sena within the assembly.
Mr Shinde referred to as the pass unlawful, pronouncing that Mr Chaudhary’s call changed into proposed by the “minority faction” and that he represents the “real Sena”.