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Sushilkumar Shinde wins trust vote

January 22, 2003 14:34 IST

The Sushilkumar Shinde-led Democratic Front government in Maharashtra on Wednesday won the vote of confidence by a voice vote in the state assembly.

When senior Congress leader Rohidas Patil moved a one-line motion stating that the Maharashtra assembly expresses confidence in the Sushilkumar Shinde government, the opposition Shiv Sena-BJP did not seek a division of vote.

Speaker Arun Gujarathi then announced that the trust vote has been adopted by the lower house.


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Sub: badhai ho badhai

badhai ho badhai shinde ji aapko..!!!!!!!


Posted by Rahul





Sub: congrats to the C.M

Dear Mr. C.M., ACCEPT MY CONGRATS ON GETTING CONFIDENCE VOTE. OUR BEST WISHES TO U FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF MAHARASHTRA AND SUCCEED IN THE NEXT ...


Posted by T.S.VENKATARAMAN





Sub: Congratultions

Congratulationst Mr.Shinde. Hope you do something good for the state. I was born and brought up in Mumbai and have seen Mumbai thrive and be ...


Posted by Shivkumar





Sub: Best Man For the job...Mr. Shinde

Mr. Sushilkumar Shinde is the topmost cjoice for the top job in maharashtra. His vast experience and smiling nature shall be benefitial to all of ...


Posted by Nandan Shah





Sub: Congratulations Mr. Shinde

Heartiest Congratulations to Mr. Shinde on becoming first Dalit Chief Minister of Maharashtra. I hope during his rule the empowerment and welfare of Dalits and ...


Posted by Aja;y Sharma




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