Rebel Shiv Sena MLA Eknath Shinde on Thursday wrote a letter to the Governor and Deputy Speaker of Maharashtra. To which Shinde had claimed that the letter has the signatures of 37 Shiv Sena MLAs. Let us inform that Deputy Speaker Narhari Jirwal has expressed apprehension that the signatures of the MLAs may be forged.
At the same time, former Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan, while talking to a private news channel, said that the MLAs who are being claimed to be signed in the letter are real or fake, it was detected only after getting the MLAs verified by sitting in front. Only then the truth will come out. Significantly, the Deputy Speaker in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly is from the quota of NCP.
Let us inform that in the letter, Eknath Shinde has been described as the leader of the legislature party. At the same time, amidst the political struggle in Maharashtra, news came out that Eknath Shinde had left Guwahati and left for Mumbai. Regarding this news, the rebel MLA said that he is currently in Guwahati only. At the same time, resentment is also being seen among Shiv Sena supporters in Nashik regarding Eknath Shinde. In Nashik, Shiv Sena supporters threw black ink and eggs on posters with the picture of rebel MLA Eknath Shinde, shouting slogans against him.
Amidst this political stir, Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut said that we are not going to give up. We will win, we will win on the floor of the House. If the fight takes place on the road, then you will win there too. Whoever we have to face can come to Mumbai. They (MLAs) have taken a wrong step. We also gave them a chance to come back but now the time has run out.
On going back to Mumbai, Shinde faction MLA Deepak Kesarkar said, “We are afraid to come to Mumbai. If called, we will definitely go to Mumbai. The Deputy Speaker should behave fairly. We have left Mumbai due to bad behaviour.”
Let us inform that in an exclusive conversation with AnyTV.com, Eknath Shinde claimed that he has the support of 40 Shiv Sena MLAs. Apart from this, 12 other MLAs are also with him. Eknath Shinde said that there are a total of 52 MLAs with him in Guwahati.