Mumbai: Maharashtra is in a political crisis these days. Amidst all this, it is being told that there is a split in the Eknath Shinde camp. Yes, and a section of the Shinde faction is in constant touch with the Uddhav Thackeray camp. According to reports, at a crucial meeting of the Maha Vikas Aghadi with Sharad Pawar today (Sunday, June 26), leaders supporting Shiv Sena CM Uddhav Thackeray claimed that 20 MLAs of the Shinde faction were in constant touch with him. Yes and this is what Sanjay Raut also claimed while talking to reporters this morning (June 26, Sunday) morning that some people may be considered for withdrawal from the party. They are in contact with us.
Amidst all this, Aaditya Thackeray has made a big revelation. In fact, he said at the Shiv Sena rally in Mumbai today, "On May 20, CM Uddhav Thackeray had offered the CM's post to Eknath Shinde. Despite this, Eknath Shinde rebelled on June 20. When the offer was made, Eknath Shinde had refused.'' At the same time, Aaditya Thackeray clearly said, "CM Uddhav Thackeray said to Shinde, do you have to become CM? Let me make you, CM. But after this question, Eknath Shinde started procrastinating and then rebelled on June 20.''
At the same time, Aaditya Thackeray also claimed that 15-16 MLAs of the Shinde faction were in touch with him. In fact, he also questioned where did the Hindutva of the Shinde faction go for two-and-a-half years? Let me tell you all that a section in the pro-Eknath Shinde group believes that even if you go back to the Shiv Sena, it will no longer be the same thing as before. Yes, and he also believes that he will always be looked upon with suspicion in the party. The BJP will never compromise on the Hindutva policy they rebelled against.
The BJP is a big party, it will take care of their happiness and sorrow. While the other faction believes that their aim was to convey their discontent to their top leadership. His intention was never to leave the party. In such a situation, it is good to return to the Shiv Sena by bringing it to the line of Hindutva, expressing your dissatisfaction and accepting your demands.