Three more rebel MLAs join Eknath Shinde in Guwahati


Three more MLAs reached Guwahati on Thursday amid the political crisis that has put the future of the Uddhav Thackeray-led government in question, F10 News reported. The legislators reached the Radisson Blu Hotel in the city, where several other rebel MLAs have been staying since Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday night, four more rebel MLAs, including minister Gulabrao Patil had reached the hotel.

Maharashtra minister Eknath Shinde is leading the group of rebel legislators who are demanding that the Shiv Sena snaps its alliance with the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party.

Earlier on Wednesday, Thackeray said that he would resign even if one of his party MLAs demands so, but questioned whether the rebel MLAs could promise him that the next chief minister would be a Shiv Sena member.

Later, he left the chief minister’s residence and moved to the Thackeray family home of Matoshree in Mumbai’s Bandra area.

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