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Maharashtra Uddhav Crisis On Father’s Path Pal Thackeray Playing 3 Decades Old Card To Reach Matushri

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray left his official residence in south Mumbai on Wednesday evening and moved to his private residence in Bandra, hours after he offered to step down as prime minister. Thackeray vacated the official residence of Prime Minister Varsha and moved into the Thackeray family’s private residence, Matushri. This move is seen in Uddhav as an emotional card. It is worth noting that Thackeray took this step in the midst of the Shinde revolt two days ago and there is no softening in the rebel position on the SLA.

Three decades ago, rebellious voices emerged in Shiv Sena.

Nearly two decades ago, in July 1992, there was a similar revolt within Shiv Sena about her style of operation. Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray then surprised many by offering to publicly resign from the party and sever ties with the party. Pal Thackeray wrote in the party’s Saamana mouthpiece, “If even one Shiv Sainik stands against me and my family and says I left Shiv Sena because of you or hurt us, I will stay as Chief Shiv Sena even for a moment.” I’m not ready to stay.

Before resigning, Uddhav Thackeray left official residence with family, leaving Varsha, Maharashtra CM arrived in Matushri

….. There was no rebellion in Shiv Sena again

This article showed a great influence on the politics of Maharashtra. The Lakhs of Shiv Sainiks began organizing rallies in support of Bal Thackeray. Not only that, that Bal Thackeray movement ensured that he would not face such a rebellion until his death 20 years later. Now, three decades after that speech, Junior Thackeray appears to be coming back to the same point. Udhav said on Wednesday that he has never yearned for a chair, position or authority and is ready to give it up if any Senek chef asks him to leave.

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The rebels should come and take my resignation, said Udhav

On Wednesday he used Facebook to connect with people in the state and spoke through a direct address. When speculation prevailed that he would announce his resignation as Prime Minister, Uddhav challenged the rebel Shiv Sena MLAs to come himself and take their resignations to Raj Bhavan. He called the rebels fealty, and said they would leave if they were asked to come face to face.

I’m not greedy for CM’s post: Thackeray

Uddhav Thackeray also mentioned that the MLAs complain that the Thackeray family has complete control over both the government and the party. In this regard, Uddhav presented himself as someone who was never interested in the position of CM. Referring to the November 2019 events, Thackeray said that he took the position of Prime Minister despite his lack of experience at the suggestion of NCP President Sharad Pawar. He said the Maha alliance emerged despite Congress and the NCP being political opponents of Shiv Sena for several decades. During the Bal Thackeray period, the key to Maharashtra’s power lay in Matushri. Prior to Uddhav, none of the Thackeray family members had held political office. But he officially held public office, unlike his father.

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Now that Uddhav Thackeray has vacated his official residence, many speculations have begun on such a situation. With this move, Uddhav Thackeray is giving a signal to supporters and MLAs that he is not aspiring for the position of Prime Minister. By issuing a message to Maharashtra residents on Facebook Live, Uddhav also said he is ready to leave until CM’s residence and is not eager for any post.

Chief Shiv Sena now hopes that this emotional rhetoric will strike a chord in the soldiers who, like a party, swear an oath on the Thackeray family. Shiv Sena leaders have reiterated over the past two days that the party has become stronger after every such rebellion in the past.

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