BJP high command summons Devendra Fadnavis to Delhi amid Maharashtra row

New Delhi:

The monsoon has reached Delhi, but the political weather in Maharashtra changed so fast that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government got into trouble. When Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde reached Surat with more than 30 MLAs, Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray had to call an emergency meeting. 

In the midst of this political uproar, former Maharashtra CM and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis has been called to Delhi by the saffron party’s high command.

According to information received from sources, Anil Bapat, Mahesh Shinde, Shambhuraje Desai, Shantram More, Balaji Kalyankar, Mahendra Dalvi, Bharat Gogavale and Mahendra Thorve are present with Eknath Shinde. Along with this, 9 more

 Shiv Sena

 Shiv Sena

MLAs are reaching Le Meridien Hotel in Surat by road.

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At the same time, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has also canceled his visit to Nashik today and left all the programs and reached Delhi to meet the big leaders of the party.

Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole has called a meeting of all senior Congress leaders. It is being told that Congress has ordered all its MLAs to come to Delhi.

Commenting on the political turmoil in Shiv Sena, Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said that Shiv Sena formed the Maharashtra government by deceiving the BJP. 

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Who is Eknath Shinde?

Eknath Shinde is a big leader of Shiv Sena and a cabinet minister in the Maharashtra government. He is a big leader of Shiv Sena in Thane adjoining Mumbai and he has an important role in strengthening Shiv Sena in many places including Thane. Eknath Shinde has the responsibility of organizing a big program in Shiv Sena too.

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