Uddhav Thackeray Claims, That This Time The Purpose Of Rebellion Is To End Shiv Sena
Thackeray said, "Unlike the earlier rebellions, this rebellion is to destroy Shiv Sena forever. They have engaged professional agencies to counter us. It is a battle between money and loyalty." Thackeray will turn 62 on July 27.
Mumbai Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has said that unlike previous rebellions in the party, this time the revolt is aimed at destroying Shiv Sena. Addressing Shiv Sena workers after inaugurating a ward-level party office in south Mumbai on Sunday, Thackeray claimed that the Shiv Sena is in politics for Hindutva, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) uses Hindutva for its political interests. Is. Last month, Shiv Sena MLA Eknath Shinde and 39 other MLAs revolted against the party leadership, leading to the collapse of the Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. On June 30, Shinde was sworn in as Chief Minister and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis as Deputy Chief Minister.
Thackeray said, "Unlike the earlier rebellions, this rebellion is to destroy Shiv Sena forever. They have engaged professional agencies to counter us. It is a battle between money and loyalty." Thackeray will turn 62 on July 27. He said this time he does not want a bouquet on his birthday but needs an affidavit from Shiv Sena workers that they trust the party and will add more and more people as party members. "The fight has now reached the Election Commission of India as well, with both the factions claiming to be the original Shiv Sena. We need not only Josh but also solid support and registration of people as party members.” Without naming anyone, the former chief minister told his cousin and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray. They had reportedly said that he would consider allowing 40 rebel Shiv Sena MLAs to merge with his party if the need arises?
Uddhav Thackeray said, "I know a proposal has been made for these people. I don't know what kind of 'chemical local (imbalance) it is, but these people don't know what they have played with." Referring to the rebel MLAs, he said, "I don't know if you have to. What should I call." On this, the crowd present there raised the slogan, "traitor". The Shiv Sena chief then said, "It is a stamp on their head and they will have to carry it with them wherever they go. They have earned it through their deeds. Despite being people's representatives, they are roaming around with the security of the central government." He said that "Shiv Sena has made common people special" and that is why these 40 (rebel) MLAs won the election. He said now is the time to repeat it with a new group of Shiv Sena workers.