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Rebel MLAs To Hold Meeting To Decide Way Ahead After Uddhav Thackeray's Resignation

Rebel MLAs To Hold Meeting To Decide Way Ahead After Uddhav Thackeray's Resignation

A chartered flight carrying the breakaway MLAs landed at the Dabolim airport in Goa on Wednesday night from Guwahati. They are staying in a luxury hotel at Dona Paula.

Rebel leader Eknath Shinde
Rebel leader Eknath Shinde PTI

Rebel Shiv Sena MLAs led by senior leader Eknath Shinde, who are currently camping in Goa, will hold a meeting on Thursday to decide the way forward as they are likely to support the BJP to form the next government in Maharashtra following the resignation of Uddhav Thackeray as the chief minister. 

A chartered flight carrying the breakaway MLAs landed at the Dabolim airport in Goa on Wednesday night from Guwahati. They are staying in a luxury hotel at Dona Paula.

"We will hold a meeting on Thursday to decide our future course of action," Deepak Kesarkar, the spokesperson of the rebel group, told a television channel.

He said the decision will be taken by Shinde after talks.        

Kesarkar said a decision on when to leave Goa for Mumbai is yet to be taken. 

"Whether to leave on Thursday or Friday is yet to be decided," he said.

When asked about the Supreme Court verdict on Wednesday in which it refused to stay Maharashtra Governor B S Koshyari's direction to the Uddhav

Thackeray-led government to take a floor test in the Assembly, Kesarkar said there was nothing to feel happy about it as the NCP and Congress made Sena people fight among themselves.

"We had tried to avoid it (rebellion)… But it could not be avoided," he said.

As per media  reports, reacting to Thackeray's resignation, the spokesperson of the faction said the resignation of Uddhav Thackeray from the Maharashtra Chief Minister's post was not a matter of joy for them.

He also added that the CM did not take note of the issues that they pointed out.

"We are all sad that while fighting the NCP and the Congress, we had got angry with our leader too", he said in a media interview

 Kesarkar said that Sena MLAs had urged him to pull out of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) even yesterday, but he preferred to approach the Supreme Court. 

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