Maharashtra Politics Live: A political distance was created in Shiv Sena, but the communication between the leaders did not stop. On Thursday, MLA Eknath Shinde Camp wrote a letter to Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray. In this letter he talked about his problems. Chief Shiv told Sena that he was never available to listen to the leaders’ problems. In this three-page letter, he also discusses the recent elections.
Biggest complaint – did not meet, do not pick up the phone
In the letter written in Marathi by Shiv leader Sena Shinde Camp, the biggest claim to being out of contact is made. He wrote, “The alleged chanakya gatherings near you kept us away from the Rajya Sabha and Legislative Council elections. The result is now in front of everyone. We were told you can meet you guys on the sixth floor, but that never happened.”
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He said: ‘If we called multiple times to work in our assembly circles, the phone would not be answered. We’ve been experiencing all these things and all MLAs have put up with it. We tried to tell people around you about this, but to no avail.
Leaders say that to meet the prime minister, one has to make contact with those close to him. He wrote, ‘When I left Varsha, a large crowd appeared there. It is a good thing that for the first time the doors of this bungalow have been opened to the general public as well. The doors of this bungalow have been closed for the past two and a half years. Even with MLAs, we have to go back and forth between those closest to you to meet you.
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Angry about not being allowed to go to Ayodhya
Recently, Aditya Thackeray, Minister in the Government of Maharashtra, arrived in Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh. Regarding this elytra, it has been said in the letter, “We should have also had the darshan of the Ramlala, but why was it not allowed”. He said: Now we are all united for justice and entitlement. That is why we made this decision as a leader. Hindutva, Ayodhya and Ram temple are Shiv Sena issues, but we were turned off. Uddhav Thackeray himself prevented many MLAs from going to Ayodhya.
Clean up on cross-voting
The MLAs rebel group denied talk of cross-voting. He wrote, ‘Not a single vote was cast for Shiv Sena in the Rajya Sabha elections. Even after that, our confidence in us did not appear before the Legislative Council elections. Apart from this, he has accused the Prime Minister of not listening to the problems. The Shiv Sena leaders said, ‘We did not get permission to go to Varsha. People from the NCP and Congress were readily available, but we didn’t have access.
On Wednesday, CM Thackeray addressed the leaders. During that time he had talked about discussing with the rebel MLAs. The letter to this said: “Yesterday I gave an emotional speech, but in terms of that our issues were not talked about.”