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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Maharashtra is under President's rule for 6 months.

Maharashtra is under President's rule for 6 months.

Maharashtra is under President's rule for 6 months.
Maharashtra is under President's rule for 6 months.
Maharashtra is under President's rule. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari recommended President's rule in the state. The recommendation of the Governor has been approved by President Ram Nath Kovind.

Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari recommended President's rule in the state
Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari recommended
President's rule in the state

Elections were held in Maharashtra, the result came, there was a difference of opinion among political parties, it was necessary to take a decision, so Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari thought it appropriate.

President Ram Nath Kovind.
President Ram Nath Kovind
Presently, President's rule has come into force in Maharashtra for 6 months. If any party proves a majority during this period, President's rule will be removed. The NCP said that we had sought time from the Governor for 3 days to form the government, but mentioned in the Governor's own report that 15 days have passed and there is no possibility of forming the government.


This is the summary.


Who will be the CM of Maharastra?
Who will be the CM of Maharashtra? 


1- Arvind Sawant of Shiv Sena was the Minister of Heavy Industries in the Modi Government. He          resigned on Monday.


2- First Shiv Sena claimed to form the government, the Governor also called NCP later.


3- No political party has a majority in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly of 288 members but the      BJP is the largest party.

4- Shiv Sena and BJP contested elections together but both did not agree on the post of Chief-                 Minister.


Shiv Sena unhappy with President's rule.

Shiv Sena unhappy with President's rule.
Shiv Sena unhappy with President's rule. 
If no political party can achieve power after working hard, it is bound to be disheartening. Something similar has happened with the Shiv Sena. But the greed of this political party spoiled everything. 
Now Shiv Sena has moved the Supreme Court. Kapil Sibal has been chosen by Shiv Sena as its advocate.


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