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Maharashtra Politics: Thackeray government could have fallen if there was an election for the post of speaker, Nana Patole’s statement in the assembly

Highlights

  • Important statement of Nana Patole in the assembly
  • If the speaker was elected, the government was in danger of falling.
  • President’s rule could be imposed in Maharashtra
  • Assembly Speaker was to be elected today

Mumbai
After all, despite all the efforts, the Maha Vikas Aghadi government of Maharashtra has failed to get the election of the Speaker’s post lying vacant for ten months. Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole has given a shocking information in the assembly. He said that the reply has come from His Excellency the Governor. If the Speaker of the Assembly is elected even after that, then constitutionally the Thackeray government can be in danger. In such a situation, it has been decided not to hold this election in this session.

Decision after Pawar’s advice
The Maharashtra government had kept the role till Monday that they would get this election done at any cost. However, if sources are to be believed, it was also opposed by Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar himself. After this, Sharad Pawar himself, who is considered to be the leader of NCP and Chanakya of politics, had also advised the leaders of Mahavikas Aghadi not to hold this election. It is believed that after the advice of Sharad Pawar, a decision has been taken not to hold this election.

Governor’s reply in a closed envelope
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari again sent his reply in a sealed cover to the Thackeray government at around 11 am today. If sources are to be believed, after this reply, the stir in the house intensified. After this letter, the ruling leaders contacted the Chief Minister and discussed. During this, Ajit Pawar opposed the decision of bypassing the governor and holding elections. He said that if this election is conducted against the decision of the Governor, then constitutionally the Thackeray government may be in danger. There can also be a sharp reaction from the governor after the election.

Sharad Pawar’s call to CM
If sources are to be believed, after this development, Sharad Pawar also called Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and there was a discussion between the two leaders regarding this election. Sharad Pawar advised Uddhav Thackeray that getting this election done would amount to playing with the health of the government. After Pawar’s call, the Chief Minister has taken a unanimous decision not to hold this election.

threat of president’s rule
If the election for the post of Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in Maharashtra was done without the approval and consent of the Governor, then there was a possibility of President’s rule in the state. Its direct loss would have been to the Maharashtra government. Sensing all these dangers, the Maha Vikas Aghadi government has taken a decision.

what the experts say
On this matter, when Navbharat Times Online talked to Dr. Suresh Mane, a connoisseur of the Constitution. Then he told that even at such a time, the government has many options. Mane said that if the government has a majority, then there is no right to stop the governor from holding elections. If the Thackeray government is really a majority government and they have the guts, they can move a no-confidence motion against the governor. Apart from this, they can also complain to the Governor to the Prime Minister and the President.

Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole

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