President's rule imposed in Maharashtra -BJP's Plan : Big shock for Shiv Sena, government formation despite President's rule - Kiran Kamble Knowledge World
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President's rule imposed in Maharashtra -BJP's Plan : Big shock for Shiv Sena, government formation despite President's rule


 President's rule imposed in Maharashtra





It is the last presidential administration in Maharashtra. After the failure of the government formation process, the President has recommended the implementation of the Presidential Administration, after the approval of the Union Cabinet.

In the meantime, the government is trying to create a legal battle. As such, the Shiv Sena has lost its chance of power. Shiv Sena has cut its alliance with the BJP for the chief ministership and 50: 50 power sharing. And the Congress is up. However, the post of chief minister is less likely.

However, the Shiv Sena has lost its alliance with the BJP. Not so easily allowed. The devolution formula is a mess. The NCP has proposed that the Congress be involved in the government without external support. Put forward.

Amidst all these developments, the BJP, which has devised a grand strategy, has succeeded in presiding over the presidency. It is said that the President has ruled the country without giving anyone else the opportunity to form a government that no one else can afford.

Shiv Sena, the NCP and the Congress alliance with contradictory ideologies are continuing efforts to form a coalition government, with leaders of all three parties debating. It is said that an alliance will be allowed if the majority shows up.

 President's rule imposed in Maharashtra



Shiv Sena, which had formed a pre-election alliance with the BJP in order to regain power in Maharashtra, is now mourning the loss of alliances and losing a little power.

The governor, who has been waiting for a long three-week government, today recommended the presidency. The Union Cabinet has agreed to this. The Supreme Court has moved against the Shiv Sena governor's decision. With that, the Great Circus took a new turn.

The governor had given BJP two days to form a government. The Supreme Court has gone on to allege that the President has ruled in a hurry, giving us just one day.

The Shiv Sena, for whatever reason, should not go ahead with the President's administration. The Supreme Court has stepped down, alleging that we are not legally allowed to form a government. The governor, who had given the BJP two days to form the government, had given us just one day, and complained that the President's administration had recommended that the governor not take into account our plea, even if we were asked for a 2-day opportunity.

 President's rule imposed in Maharashtra


The Congress, which has seen the Shiv Sena as an enemy, is looking ahead to the support of the Shiv Sena. Meeting with NCP leaders The senior leaders, who have gathered at Sonia's residence in Delhi from yesterday, have also held an important meeting today. The Congress delegation, including Mallikarjun Kharge, Sonia's political secretary, Ahmed Patel, is in charge of elections in Maharashtra Congress and has convened a meeting with NCP leaders in the evening. In the meantime, the governor's recommendation for the presidency, which the central government has also sent to the presidency of the president, has given rise to debate in the political sphere. There is much debate as to why Governor Bhagat Singh Koshari has made a hasty decision.

 President's rule imposed in Maharashtra


Prime Minister Narendra Modi traveled to Brazil to attend tomorrow's 7th BRICS summit, which had to be approved by the governor before it was agreed to by the Union Cabinet. The governor has sent a report to the Union Home Department on the grounds that he is not in compliance with Article 3 of the Constitution. President's administration will be implemented in Maharashtra.

The Shiv Sena has agreed to a 3: 1 formula through pre-election alliance seat allocation. When the alliance had a simple majority in the outcome, NCP leader Sharad Pawar Shiv Sena threw biscuits to the CM if he came with us.

The Shiv Sena, which had lost its alliance with the BJP, had fallen into the bargain. The BJP agreed and negotiated with the NCP and the Congress. Deciding to teach a lesson to the Shiv Sena, which had fallen out of desperation, the BJP rejected the governor's invitation to form a government.

The Shiv Sena, which is unable to keep up with the Congress-NCP without keeping faith in the ruling BJP, is deeply disappointed. With the BJP sharing pre-election alliance with the BJP, the BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra could be formed and administered by the cabinet. But the CM has put the power of the chair to the ground.

 President's rule imposed in Maharashtra


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