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With NCP remaining 'neutral' during the trust motion, BJP managed to win through voice vote in Maharashtra assembly. As expected, Shiv Sena is the Opposition party
Devendra Fadnavis-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday won the trust vote in Maharashtra Assembly through voice vote. BJP was helped by Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party, which remained 'neutral' during the voting.
As the motion seeking vote of confidence in the BJP Government moved by MLA Ashish Shelar was passed in the House where the ruling party is in minority, Shiv Sena MLAs stormed the Well seeking division of votes.
“The motion has been passed,” Speaker Haribhau Bagade announced in the din.
Agitated members of Shiv Sena, which had earlier said that it will oppose the trust vote and had demanded that its leader Eknath Shinde be accorded the status of Leader of Opposition, shouted slogans.
Bagde later also announced the appointment of Shinde as the Leader of Opposition in the Vidhan Sabha, the lower House.
Earlier, Fadnavis managed to get his party's Haribhau Bagde as Speaker, unopposed after Congress and Shiv Sena withdrew their candidates from the race.
The Speaker had said he would take up the issue of Sena’s demand for LoP’s post after the trust vote as Congress had also staked claim and he would have to study the legal implications. Congress had demanded LoP’s post on the ground that Sena continued to be a constituent of BJP-led NDA.
After Sena members objected to the passing of the trust motion by a voice vote and sought division, Bagde adjourned the House.
When proceedings resumed, the Speaker announced the appointment of Shinde as Leader of Opposition in the House.