Eknath Shinde, the dissident leader of the Shiv Sena, responded to Uddhav Thackeray’s statement on the recent political crisis. On the subject of Hindutva, Eknath Shinde refused to make concessions and vehemently opposed the Shiv Sena’s partnership with the Congress party and the NCP. This alliance is unnatural, according to Eknath Shinde.

According to Shinde, the MVA alliance has only been advantageous to the alliance members, while Shiv Sena has suffered a lot.

Eknath Shinde posted a tweet on his response. He claimed that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government only benefited the alliance’s partner parties while crushing the Shiv Sainiks. The Shiv Sena party and the Shiv Sainiks are steadily losing ground as the allies get stronger.

Eknath Shinde continued, “It’s crucial to pull out of the unnatural partnership for the future of the party.” Making a judgement that serves the state of Maharashtra’s interests is crucial. In his post, Eknath Shinde used the hashtag #HindutvaForever.

The same hotel where Eknath Shinde, other Shiv Sena MLAs, and independent MLAs are staying has welcomed four additional Shiv Sena MLAs to Guwahati. Gulabrao Patil, Manjula Gavit, Yogesh, and the other four MLAs have joined the insurgency.

Meanwhile a report from Sarkarnama claims that Uddhav Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena, was extremely shocked by Sanjay Rathod’s departure for Guwahati. On June 21st in the evening, he was even spotted in Aditya Thackeray’s car. However, he left for Surat first on June 22 before travelling to Guwahati. In the Maha Vikas Aghadi administration, Sanjay Rathod served as the Minister of Forests before being demoted as a result of rape charges. He spent a few days underground. Sanjay Rathod, who was forced to quit from his ministerial position, was not pleased that Nawab Malik, who is accused of money laundering and dealings with terrorists in the underworld, is still in the cabinet.

The Maha Vikas Aghadi government’s minister of water supply is Gulabrao Patil. In a conversation with Lokmat, he claimed to have advised the chief minister Uddhav Thackeray to dissolve his current coalition with the Congress and the NCP and establish a new coalition with the BJP in order to form the government. Along with Eknath Shinde, several Shiv Sena state legislators are ready to create a Shiv Sena-BJP coalition government, the speaker declared. I and a few other MLAs asked chief minister Uddhav Thackeray to consider this approach in order to prevent the vertical split in the party. He did not, however, make a choice in this regard. Additionally, Eknath Shinde is now supported by all MLAs.



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