Maharashtra: Uddhav Thackeray seeks help from PM Modi to save the post of Chief Minister

The chair of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has come under threat. Thackeray became the Chief Minister without an MLA. On May 27, he will complete 6 months as CM. To remain on the post, he had to become a member of the Legislative Council or Legislative Council for 6 months. He has not yet become a member of the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council.

Elections were postponed due to the corona virus. The Governor is not responding to the nomination of Thackeray from his quota seat. Thackeray has one month left to save his chair. Uddhav Thackeray has sought help from Prime Minister Modi to be nominated as a member of the Legislative Council.

According to the constitution, they have to be a member of the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council in 6 months to remain in office. Proposals were sent to the Governor in this regard on 9 and 28 April. However, Raj Bhavan has not taken any decision yet.

According to the news agency, Uddhav Thackeray called the PM and asked for help. On this, PM Modi assured him of consideration of the issue. If the Governor does not nominate Thackeray as a member, the constitutional crisis will arise. Uddhav will have to resign.

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