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Maharashtra crisis: Shiv Sena rebel Eknath Shinde says major national party praised his decision and assured all support – India Indian News

Eknath Shinde, who is staying at a hotel in Guwahati amid the unrest within Maharashtra’s ruling Shiv Sena party, told the rebel MLAs that a major national party had valued him for making the historic decision. Besides, Shinde also said that party also said that every possible help would be ensured if needed. Although Shinde has not publicly taken the name of any party, she is seen through her association with the BJP.

Addressing his fellow MLAs at a hotel in Guwahati, Marathi, Shinde said, “A national party that is a superpower has told me that any decision you make is a historic one and they have assured us that whatever help is needed will be provided.

In response, a three-page letter to Uddhav

On Thursday, Shiv Sena’s rebellious MLA Shinde tweeted a three-page letter in response to CM Uddhav Thackeray’s letter last night, in which the MLAs’ problems were mentioned. In a letter written in Marathi on behalf of Shiv Sena leader Shinde Camp, it was written that the alleged Chanakyas gathering near you kept us away from the Rajya Sabha strategy and the Legislative Assembly elections. The result is now in front of everyone. We were told you could meet you guys on the 6th floor, but that never happened.

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Don’t even pick up MLAs phone

It was said in the message that if we called multiple times to work in our assembly circuits, the phone would not be picked up. We’ve been experiencing all these things and all MLAs have put up with it. We tried to inform the people around you but to no avail. The MLA rebel movement denied talk of joint voting during the Rajya Sabha elections. “Not a single vote was cast for Shiv Sena in the Rajya Sabha elections,” he wrote.

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There was a relief in Shiv Sina’s attitude

Indicating a significant change in the party’s position, Shiv Sena leader and MP Sanjay Raut said the rebel MLAs camping in Assam would return to Mumbai within 24 hours and discuss their grievances with Chief Minister Udhav Thackeray. Vikas Agadi (MVA) is set to consider leaving the alliance. Raut said the party’s doors are open to the MLAs and all issues can be resolved through talks.

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