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40 bodies will come back, says Raut; Maharashtra battle reaches SC

Shiv Sena cadres have been staging protests in various parts of the state since Saturday in view of the rebellion by Shinde and other MLAs

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Shiv Sena supporters during a bike rally in support of Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray, outside Shiv Sena Bhavan in Mumbai | Photo: PTI

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As Maharashtra Shiv Sena MLA and minister Eknath Shinde moves to the Supreme Court against the disqualification notice issued by the deputy speaker to him and 15 other rebel legislators, party leader Sanjay Raut on Sunday dared the rebels to quit as MLAs and face fresh elections. 

A vacation bench of justices Surya Kant and J B Pardiwala is likely to hear on Monday the plea by Shinde, who along with a sizeable number of Sena MLAs, is currently camping in Guwahati in Assam since June 22.

Raut said the doors of the party were open for those who wish

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First Published: Jun 27 2022 | 12:34 AM IST

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