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Disgruntled MLAs led by Eknath Shinde have said they will withdraw their support to the Maharashtra government. The Supreme Court has issued an interim order not to take action against disgruntled MLAs till July 11.

The Deputy Speaker had issued a notice seeking clarification on the disqualification of 16 people, including Eknath Shinde, amid a crisis in the Shiv Sena government by disgruntled MLAs in Maharashtra. Eknath Shinde’s party has filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the notice, with a deadline of Monday evening.

In that petition, it was stated that the notice issued against them was illegal. It was also reported that the Maha Vikas Agadi Coalition had lost its majority as 38 legislators withdrew their support.

When the case came up for hearing in the Supreme Court, Deputy Speaker Narhari Jirwal was directed to respond accordingly in connection with the disqualification notice on 16 persons. Further, the apex court issued an interim order directing the disgruntled MLAs to give a proper explanation till July 11 and not to take any action till then.

Shiv Sena has vandalized the office of Vinod Agarwal, an independent MLA in Gondia constituency, after disgruntled MLAs said they were withdrawing their support to the Maharashtra government. Of the nine ministers who have taken a stand against the government, four have been stripped of their responsibilities.

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In this, the party leadership announced that Aditya Thackeray, the son of Uttam Thackeray, will take over the charge of the post of Minister of Higher Education, which was held by Uday Samant, the Minister of State for Higher Education. It is explained that this decision was taken so that the welfare of the people would not be affected. Aditya Thackeray is confident that no one can overthrow their government.

Meanwhile, the Enforcement Department has summoned Shiv Sena spokesperson and Member of Parliament Sanjay Rawat to appear in person in connection with the money laundering case. Speaking to reporters in Mumbai, he said it was to be expected that the enforcement department would send him a summons. Rawat has said that he will not bow down to anyone. Sanjay Rawat said he would seek time to appear before the enforcement department.

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