Shinde again reiterated the issue of Hindutva, said- 'We are in Shiv Sena...'

Mumbai: The political crisis that started from Mumbai in Maharashtra has now reached the Supreme Court in New Delhi via Surat in Gujarat, and Guwahati in Assam. However, the rebel MLAs here have only gotten relief. On the other hand, shiv sena leader Sanjay Raut, who is part of the ruling coalition, has been facing problems. When the Enforcement Directorate has summoned him in a money laundering case. At the same time, the BJP is also seen intensifying activities amid the ongoing tussle in the Shiv Sena.  

Rebel MLA Eknath Shinde walked out of the hotel in Guwahati. Because of this, he talked to the media. Shinde said they were taking forward the Hindutva issue. According to media reports, the rebel MLA has made it clear that he will not compromise on the issue of Hindutva. At the same time, he also reiterated that he is in the Shiv Sena.

The problems before the Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray government are increasing. It is reported that two MLAs of the Prahar Party may move a no-confidence motion against the government. The MLAs, who are present with the Eknath Shinde camp in Guwahati, Assam, are likely to submit proposals on June 30. Eknath Shinde's faction meeting is underway in Guwahati. It is reported that due to this, talks are going on on a number of important issues including the time of withdrawal of support. It is being said that Shinde may leave for Mumbai as soon as mutual approval is given.

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