It is not yet known whether the MLAs who came to Surat with Shinde are with him or not, Shiv Sena’s push to save the government
Today, the political crisis in Maharashtra has taken another new turn. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut told a press conference on Thursday that if the rebel MLA returns to Mumbai in two hours, Shiv Sena’s Mahavikas Aghadi is ready to leave the government. Sanjay Raut’s statement has sent shockwaves through Maharashtra politics. After all, Congress and NCP supremo Sharad Pawar are also making constant efforts to save the Mahavikas-led government. However, Sanjay Raut’s statement of separation has caused a stir in the Congress and the NCP. Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Sanjay Raut said MLAs should not talk to Guwahati. They should return to Mumbai and discuss the issue with the Chief Minister. If all these MLAs have a wish, we can think of leaving the MVA, but for that they have to come here and discuss with the Chief Minister. Sanjay Raut also said that the Shiv Sena is ready to pull out of the MVA government in Maharashtra, but the rebel MLAs who are demanding this should return to Mumbai from Guwahati in two hours, and raise the issue with party chief Uddhav Thackeray and discuss it later. will be done. Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Nitin Deshmukh and Kailash Patil were introduced to the media. In addition, attacking rebel MLA leader Eknath Shinde, Sanjay Raut said, “These people do not have the courage to come to Mumbai.” In addition, Sanjay Raut said that the government is strong ahead of Mahavikas in Maharashtra, and when the floor test is done, everyone will know. “Those who have left the party under the pressure of the ED are not true devotees of Balasaheb Thackeray,” Raut said. While attacking Shinde, Sanjay Raut said, “I support Balasaheb Thackeray, and such statements do not make you a true follower of Balasaheb Thackeray, they are afraid of the ED.” “I will not talk about any camp,” Sanjay Raut added. I’ll talk about my party. Our party is strong even today. 40 MLAs are in touch with us. You will know when they return to Mumbai. We will explain under what circumstances and under what pressure these MLAs are leaving.