Bright Times News: Shiv Sena chief and former chief minister Uddhav Thackeray opened his mouth for the first time since the formation of the BJP-Shinde Sena government in Maharashtra. And Uddhav opened his mouth and threw the challenge towards the camp. He targeted Eknath Shinde without naming him as no one could snatch the Shiv Sena symbol. He also demanded a vote.
The son of Balasaheb Thackeray demanded by-elections for the first time in public and also challenged the Shinde camp. He said, “I have challenged them to elect the assembly today. If we do wrong, people will give us back.
If you had the intention to form a government like this, it should have been done two and a half years ago. There was no need for such a joke. “After that, Uddhav Thackeray gave a strong message about the Shiv Sena logo. He added,” No one can take away the bow and arrow symbol of Shiv Sena. “
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Uddhav Thackeray formed a government in alliance with the BJP by splitting the camp. He is also sitting in the chair of the Chief Minister. He hinted at the Shiv Sena’s dominance in Shinde’s eyes after the government.
The question began to arise as to whether Shiv Sena’s authority would be in the hands of Uddhav in the way it is breaking down every day. This time the silence was broken and the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra (Maharashtra Ex-Chief Minister) replied.
The Shiv Sena chief also questioned the Shinde group’s silence on the way the BJP has targeted Uddhav and his family for the past two and a half years. Despite this, the former chief minister claimed that Shiv Sena had been stabbed in the back by forming a government with the help of the BJP.
Uddhav did not stop here. Targeting the new chief minister, he added, “Some people say they will come if they call Matoshree. Some people say that they have respect for me. I am grateful for that. “But, talking about the problem earlier, Balasaheb’s son thinks that such an incident would not have been necessary.
Ignoring the threat, he said he was proud to have 15 to 16 MLAs with him. He also reminded us that victory of truth is impossible, not of untruth. Important hearing of Maharashtra case on July 11. On the same day, the fate of 17 rebel MLAs, including Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, will be decided.
Uddhav Thackeray thinks that the verdict is going to determine the future of Indian democracy, not just Shiv Sena. Now all eyes are on the July 11 Supreme Court. On the same day, the fate test of Maharashtra politics.
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