We will not leave the party, claims Eknath Shinde, will carry forward the legacy of Balasaheb

Shiv Sena’s rebel minister Eknath Shinde’s statement has come amid the political turmoil in Maharashtra. In which he claims that he is not leaving the party. Eknath Shinde said that he will carry forward the legacy of Balasaheb Thackeray. From Surat, 22 MLAs including Shiv Sena minister Eknath Shinde have reached Assam. While leaving Guwahati […]
 


We will not leave the party, claims Eknath Shinde, will carry forward the legacy of Balasaheb

Shiv Sena’s rebel minister Eknath Shinde’s statement has come amid the political turmoil in Maharashtra. In which he claims that he is not leaving the party. Eknath Shinde said that he will carry forward the legacy of Balasaheb Thackeray. From Surat, 22 MLAs including Shiv Sena minister Eknath Shinde have reached Assam. While leaving Guwahati airport, Eknath Shinde said that he has not left Shiv Sena but will take forward Balasaheb’s Hindutva. When one MLA Abdul Sattar jokingly said that he had come to eat biryani.

Eknath Shinde claims that he also has the support of independent MLAs and a total of 46 MLAs are with him. At the same time, when asked to meet the Governor, he said that he has a strategy ahead, which cannot be said at the moment. That’s why today Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is going to hold a cabinet meeting.

Let us inform that on Tuesday evening, two Shiv Sena leaders met Shinde in Surat and efforts were made to persuade him. According to sources, after the meeting between the two leaders, Eknath Shinde spoke to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Milind Narvekar’s phone. The conversation lasted for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, Shinde also spoke to Uddhav’s wife Rashmi Thackeray.

Shinde said that he is taking these steps for the betterment of the party. Till now he has not taken any decision or signed any document. CM Uddhav Thackeray has asked Shinde to come back with an idea. No one has been able to send the correct solution yet, which is not strange.

A senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader in the state said on Tuesday evening that his party was exploring the possibility of forming the government in the state. The leader, who was a minister in the previous government led by Devendra Fadnavis, said on condition of anonymity that “smooth transfer of power is our priority.”