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“Shiv Sena Ready To Move Out Of MVA Alliance”: Sanjay Raut Asks Rebels To Return To Mumbai

Sanjay Raut

​”If they so wish that Shiv Sena should exit the MVA government, then they must come to Mumbai and present their case before Maharashtra CM.

Mumbai:  Amidst the political crisis in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena national spokesperson Sanjay Raut on Thursday urged rebel MLAs, and MPs to come to Mumbai he said that Shiv Sena will take an exit from the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance.

​”If they so wish that Shiv Sena should exit the MVA government, then they must come to Mumbai and present their case before Maharashtra chief Minister (Uddhav Thackeray). Certainly, we will think about it. But do not communicate from Guwahati over social media,” Sanjay Raut said during a press conference.

Mr. Raut today also claimed of being in touch with 20 MLAs from the Eknath Shinde camp in Guwahati. He also said that everyone will see when the floor test happens, adding that those who leave the party under pressure from Enforcement Directorate are not real devotees of party founder Balasaheb Thackeray.

Mr.Raut further said, “Some MLAs run and they think they are lions but we saw a lion yesterday when Uddhav Thackeray goes to ‘matoshree’ and we saw Shiv Sanik they are real Shiv Sanik. If some MLAs go then it does not prove that government is destroyed,” he said.

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena MLA Deepak Kesarkar, who is among the latest to join the party’s rebel camp led by Eknath Shinde, said on Thursday morning that the rebels do not want Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray to resign as Chief Minister of Maharashtra. “Instead, we want him to get into an alliance with the BJP and form a new government.

“We are not angry with the chief minister. We are angry with the others in the coalition,” Mr. Kesarkar said, adding that it would be better for the state to have the same ruling parties as in the Centre, he added.

 

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