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Maharashtra Political Crisis: The political storm of Maharashtra is not...

Maharashtra Political Crisis: The political storm of Maharashtra is not taking the name of subsidence. Now in the midst of this political turmoil, the rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde faction has declared an open war against the Maharashtra government. Supporters of Eknath Shinde, who stayed in Guwahati, have supported Shinde in unison against Shiv Sena. Today Deepak Kesarkar from the Eknath Shinde faction spoke to the media.

Deepak Kesarkar told the media that after coming here from Maharashtra, he got very little opportunity to talk. Today I have been asked by Shinde to interact with the media. He said that we have not come out of Shiv Sena. We are in Shiv Sena. Kesarkar said that no one has told us that you should do this, we have done all this with our own mind. Regarding the decision of the Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra, he said that we will challenge his decision in the court. He said that we are not separate from Shiv Sena. We have not asked for a separate name of Shiv Sena. We are going to follow the idea of ​​Shiv Sena.

Getting threats of disqualification for intimidation

Deepak Kesarkar told the media that to scare us, we are being threatened with disqualification. He said that what Shiv Sena leaders are being told to take people out on the road is wrong. Kesarkar said that, I will tell all the people of Shiv Sena that they should not come on the road. He said that despite our two-thirds majority, we are still Shiv Sainiks.

He said that if the Thackeray camp will go to the Election Commission regarding the name of Shiv Sena and the order of the Election Commission will be followed. No one has hijacked Shiv Sena. Shiv Sena was hijacked by Congress and NCP. We will ask for time, we should have given one week’s time. We will take time to answer the summons given to us.

This demand from Uddhav Thackeray

Shiv Sena rebel leader Deepak Kesarkar said that we are still in Shiv Sena. We are just separating our curves. In which direction we want to go, we have told our party chief. He said that we have two-thirds majority. Kesarkar said that this is our claim, we belong to Shiv Sena, and will remain so. Shiv Sena rebel leader Kesarkar said that it is my prayer to CM Uddhav Thackeray to end the riots in Maharashtra. Also give relief to the people of Maharashtra.

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