'So his downfall begins..,' Raj Thackeray took dig at Uddhav

Mumbai: The turmoil in Maharashtra's politics over the past few days has finally settled down after Uddhav Thackeray's resignation. Meanwhile, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, who has been silent on the entire issue for so many days, has also reacted. He attacked Uddhav, saying that when one attaches luck to duty, his downfall starts on the same day.

He tweeted, "The day man begins to consider his good fortune as his own personal achievement, from that day on, the journey of downfall begins.'' Although he has not written anyone's name in this tweet, it is believed that he has taken a dig at Uddhav through this tweet. At the same time, Independent MLA Navneet Rana, who was in the news for Hanuman Chalisa last month, has also targeted Uddhav Thackeray.

Navneet Rana said the Shiv Sena was raised by Balasaheb Thackeray, but the 56-year-old's hard work was wasted by Uddhav Thackeray. She said that this is the condition of the party due to Uddhav's arrogance. She alleged that due to the way Uddhav has attacked the people, he is now left with only Sanjay Raut, Anil Parab and Aditya. Navneet Rana said, "What was my fault? That's what I talked about reading the Hanuman Chalisa.''

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