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Those Who Don’t Attend 5 pm Meeting Will Be Considered Out: Sena To MLAs

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Mumbai: Shiv Sena has asked all its MLAs to attend a meeting scheduled for 5 pm on Wednesday at Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray’s residence.

The letter, issued by Sena chief Whip Sunil Prabhu, stated that those who will not attend the meeting will be considered out of the party Also Read: Upset With NCP, Congress; Not Uddhav Thackeray: Rebel Shiv Sena MLA

The meeting is scheduled for 5 pm. An ultimatum has been issued to party MLAs after rebel Shiv Sena leader and Maharashtra cabinet minister Eknath Shinde claimed that back-to-back meetings are being held with the support of 40 MLAs and three alliance partners Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena. Also Read: Political Crisis In Maharashtra Heading Towards Dissolution Of Vidhan Sabha: Sanjay Raut

Shiv Sena Chief Whip Sunil Prabhu has written a letter to all the party MLAs asking them to attend an important meeting to be held this evening. The letter states that if anyone remains absent, it will be presumed that the said MLA has voluntarily decided to leave the party.

It has also been warned in the letter that if any MLA remains absent from the meeting without proper reason and prior notice, then he should keep in mind that under the constitutional provisions, action will be initiated to cancel his membership.

This happened when 40 MLAs, led by rebel Shiv Sena leader and Maharashtra cabinet minister Eknath Shinde, arrived at a luxury hotel in Guwahati in BJP-ruled Assam on Wednesday morning.

The rebellion in the Shiv Sena has given rise to speculations that Shinde along with other MLAs may join the BJP to topple the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. The MLAs are now staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the city.

“A total of 40 MLAs are present here. We will carry Balasaheb Thackeray’s Hindutva,” said Shinde after arriving in Guwahati. 40 Maharashtra MLAs including 33 Shiv Sena and seven independent MLAs exhorted their support to rebel Shiv Sena leader and state Cabinet Minister Eknath Shinde by signing a letter, said sources.

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