Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has not formally resigned as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Council even after 40 days when he introduced this choice whereas stepping down because the chief minister.
A senior Maharashtra Vidhan Bhavan official on Monday stated that technically Uddhav Thackeray remains to be an MLC as he has not submitted a written resignation.
“He has not but formally resigned as a member of the Legislative Council. His resignation because the chief minister of Maharashtra was authorised by Governor B S Koshyari however we’ve got not acquired any written communication from him concerning his membership of the Higher Home of the state legislature,” the official stated.
Deputy chairman of Maharashtra Legislative Council and Shiv Sena chief Neelam Gorhe refused to remark.
There was no clarification accessible from Shiv Sena on why Mr Thackeray has not but formally resigned as an MLC after he introduced his choice on the evening of June 29.
Mr Thackeray’s son Aaditya is an MLA from Mumbai.
When Uddhav Thackeray took oath because the chief minister in November 2019 after the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) was fashioned, he was not a member of the both Home of the state legislature.
He was elected as MLC on Might 18, 2020, with a tenure of six years.
Mr Thackeray introduced his resignation because the Maharashtra CM on June 29 evening after the Supreme Court docket refused to remain a ground check necessitated after 39 of the 55 MLAs of Shiv Sena aligned with insurgent Eknath Shinde.
Mr Shinde took oath because the chief minister on June 30 together with Devendra Fadnavis of the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering, who’s Deputy CM.
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