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‘Disgraced’ Army rebel condemns CM’s troupe, ‘real opponents’ NCP-Congress MPNRC

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Rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde on Thursday shared a letter from Aurangabad MLA Sanjay Shirsat, which may bring more embarrassment to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. He has access to the Chief Minister.

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In a letter dated June 22, Shirsat, MLA from Aurangabad (West) assembly constituency, claimed that despite Shiv Sena being in power and having its own chief minister, Thackeray’s agents never allowed him to enter the chief minister’s official residence ‘Varsha’. did not allow. ,

He also claimed that Shinde took the step of going against the party leadership as Shiv Sena MLAs who had faced “humiliation” for the past two-and-a-half years, persuaded him to do so.

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In the letter, Shirsat said that Eknath Shinde opened doors for party MLAs to listen to their grievances, development work in their constituencies and related fund issues and problems with allies Congress and NCP.

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“Only Shinde listened to us and took steps to solve all the problems. The party MLAs persuaded Shinde to take this step (or revolt) for the rights of all MLAs,” Shirsat said in the letter.

He claimed that while Shiv Sena MLAs did not have access to the chief minister, the Congress and NCP, which are Shiv Sena’s “real adversaries”, were attracting everyone’s attention, he claimed.

Shirsat also said that party MLAs were not allowed to accompany Maharashtra cabinet minister Aaditya Thackeray (CM’s son) to Ayodhya (during his recent visit).

Shiv Sena’s votes were not divided in the Rajya Sabha elections, then why so much distrust on us for the Legislative Council elections? He asked.

On Thursday, Shinde remained defiant and insisted that the party should pull out of the “unnatural” ruling coalition MVA and claimed the support of a “substantial number” of MLAs.

This came a day after Uddhav Thackeray reached out to dissidents with an emotional appeal and offered to step down. The CM moved out of ‘Varsha’ and shifted to Matoshree, the Thackeray family’s private bungalow in suburban Bandra, amid high drama even as the Shiv Sena said he would not resign in the wake of Shinde’s revolt Camping with MLAs. in Guwahati.

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