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The 13 MPs who attended Shiv Sena’s meeting on the presidential election mostly supported Draupadi Murmu. 13 Shiv Sena MPs attended Draupadi Murmu’s meeting in the presidential election


  • 13 out of 18 Shiv Sena MPs attended the important meeting related to the presidential election
  • Sanjay Jadav, Sanjay Mandlik, Hemant Patil could not attend the meeting
  • Opinion of most MPs – Shiv Sena should support Draupadi Murmu

Presidential Election: In Maharashtra, 13 of Shiv Sena’s 18 Lok Sabha members attended a crucial meeting on the presidential election on Monday, with most of them nominating Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidates. Draupadi Murmu recommended to support. Shiv Sena leader Gajanan Kirthikar has expressed this concern. However, Shiv Sena MP and chief spokesperson Sanjay Rawat said that 15 of the party’s 18 members in the Lok Sabha attended the meeting at Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s private residence ‘Madhosree’ in suburban Bandra. He did not give any details in this regard.

Opinion of most MPs – Shiv Sena should support Draupadi Murmu

Apart from 18 Lok Sabha MPs in Maharashtra, Kalaben is also a Shiv Sena MP from Telkar Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Union Territories. The meeting was attended by 13 MPs and three others – Sanjay Jadhav, Sanjay Mandlik and Hemant Patil – could not attend the meeting but reaffirmed their support to the leadership, Keerthikar said. Most of the MPs said that the party should support Draupadi Murmu,” Kirthikar said. The presidential election will be held on July 18.

No decision yet on disqualification petition of Uddhav camp MLAs: Court
There, I tell you Uddhav Thackeray The Supreme Court on Monday asked the newly-elected Speaker of the Maharashtra Assembly Rahul Narvekar not to take any decision on a petition seeking disqualification of MLAs from the Thackeray-led bloc to provide relief to Shiv Sena MLAs from the BJP-led camp. The demand was made by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s camp on the basis of violation of the party whip during the trust vote and assembly speaker election. After Eknath Shinde-led Shiv Sena MLAs formed an alliance with the BJP to form the government in Maharashtra, the Thackeray side filed several petitions in the Supreme Court.

Chief Justice N. A bench comprising Justice V. Ramana, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli took note of the submission of senior advocates led by Kapil Sibal that several petitions filed by the Uddhav Thackeray side were not listed for hearing. For hearing on Monday. Sibal said, “The court has said that the petitions will be listed on July 11. I request that no disqualification decision be taken until this matter is decided here.


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