Swara Bhaskar raged on the political turmoil in Maharashtra, see what the actress has to say

Maharastra Politics: Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar is very active on social media. She does not shy away from expressing her views on every issue, due to which she has to face criticism many times. Maharastra Politics Political turmoil is going on in Maharashtra at this time. On which the reaction of Swara Bhaskar has come […]
 


Swara Bhaskar raged on the political turmoil in Maharashtra, see what the actress has to say

Maharastra Politics: Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar is very active on social media. She does not shy away from expressing her views on every issue, due to which she has to face criticism many times.

Swara Bhaskar raged on the political turmoil in Maharashtra, see what the actress has to say
Maharastra Politics

Political turmoil is going on in Maharashtra at this time. On which the reaction of Swara Bhaskar has come to the fore. He is once again angry with the Maharashtra government. He has expressed his anger by tweeting. Swara has tweeted that she is upset with the political upheaval in Maharashtra. Swara tweeted – Why should we vote. Instead of elections, put a bumper sale every 5 years… #Maharashtra Political turmoil Shiv Sena minister Eknath Shinde has revolted against many MLAs. Since then, there has been a political earthquake in Maharashtra. After which now Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has spoken of resigning.

Not only this, he has also vacated the Chief Minister’s residence. After talking to Eknath Shinde, Uddhav Thackeray spoke on Facebook and offered to resign. Thackeray Facebook Said on Live, “I am sorry if Congress and NCP say that Uddhav Thackeray does not want CM, then they can understand.” My people are now saying that I am ready to resign immediately. He said, “I to resign I’m ready for.” Why did Eknath Shinde have to go to Surat? I think the posts keep coming. Uddhav said, ‘I am ready to step down as the chief minister, but I will be happy if only a Shiv Sainik becomes the chief minister.’