Senior Shiv Sena pioneer Sanjay Raut on Saturday ascribed the Bharatiya Janata Party’s triumph in three Rajya Sabha seats from Maharashtra to horse exchanging. “The triumph [of BJP] was not a command,” Raut likewise said. Addressing journalists, Raut additionally said that the outcomes represent no danger to the decision alliance Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government.
Maharashtra’s decision coalition of Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress experienced a significant misfortune on Saturday when the opponent BJP won three of the six Rajya Sabha seats in the state. Shiv Sena competitor Sanjay Pawar lost the survey in a nearby fight against the resistance regardless of having more decisions on paper, while Raut, NCP’s Praful Patel and Congress’ Imran Pratapgarhi won from their particular seats.
The counting was held after a high voltage show that saw the BJP mentioning a criticism regarding three votes of MVA saying their MLAs disregarded rules by showing their polling form papers to other people. The Election Commission of India (ECI) pronounced the vote of a Sena MLA, Suhas Kande, invalid after claims that he disregarded the Model Code of Conduct.
The BJP had handled Dr Anil Bonde, Piyush Goyal and Dhananjay Mahadik from the state. Curiously, there were seven competitors in the conflict for the six seats in the state.
Talking on the outcomes, Raut asserted that some “backpedaled on their promise”. “We didn’t get the three votes from Hitendra Thakur’s Bahujan Vikas Aghadi, Sanjay Shinde (Karmala), Shyam Sunder Shinde (Loha) and Devendra Bhuyar,” he added.
Raut additionally said that the party will move toward the Bombay high court with respect to the Election Commission’s choice to discredit Kande’s vote. “Recently, we perceived how focal organizations work under the strain of the Central government,” Raut said.