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‘The car has gone too far’: Confident Eknath Shinde says rebels will win the numbers game MPNRC

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“The car has gone too far” – With a statement, rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has closed the doors of any reconciliation with Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who wants to put his flock in front of a mega trying. Rebellion which threatens to snatch CM’s crown from him.

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Speaking to News18, Shinde said the number of the rebel camp – 40, according to his estimate – and there was no question of going back on his decision.

“We have the numbers, 40 people are with us. Who’s saying we’ll go back? There is no way for us to go back. The car has gone too far. We tried everything but nothing happened,” Shinde said.

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The rebel leader was also confident that more people would join his camp. “You see people are coming and we will all sit together and decide what to do. Everyone’s opinion will be taken and then we will move forward. It’s not mine but everyone’s decision.”

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The allegation of kidnapping of MLA Nitin Deshmukh also stirred up the rebel camp. Deshmukh, who has now returned to Uddhav Thackeray’s court, has alleged that he was forcibly taken to Surat by the rebel camp.

“This is absolutely false news. Why would we stop him? He came of his own accord and went back. It is absolutely baseless,” he said.

Earlier in the day, Shinde had said that Deshmukh had claimed that his wife was unwell. “So a chartered plane was arranged for him. He (Deshmukh) said that he wants to meet his children. Our leaders had gone to see them off to Nagpur,” Shinde said. Deshmukh, who arrived in Guwahati from Surat on Wednesday along with fellow party MLAs, returned to his home state of Maharashtra along with five others from the party within hours.

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