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Whom Uddhav sent as a messenger, he also joined Shinde camp, left for Guwahati

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A photo frame of Eknath Shinde has forced Uddhav Thackeray to surrender amidst the political turmoil in Maharashtra. In this photo from Guwahati hotel, 42 MLAs are sitting together. Uddhav surrendered today in front of Shinde’s show of strength.

Highlights

  • circle-icon Ravindra Phatak went to Surat Hotel with Uddhav’s close friend Milind Narvekar
  • circle-icon It was Phatak who got Eknath Shinde to talk to Uddhav Thackeray over the phone.
  • circle-icon Went to the gate to convince Shinde but got mixed in his own court

Maharashtra Political Crisis: The break-up of MLAs from Shiv Sena continues in Maharashtra. Troubled Chief Minister struggling to save his government Milind Narvekar and Ravindra Phatak were sent to Surat to interact with the rebel MLAs, one of them has now joined Shinde. Ravindra Phatak, whom Uddhav Thackeray made a messenger, has also joined the Shinde camp. Two more MLAs Sanjay Rathod and Grandfather Bhuse are also leaving for Guwahati along with Phatak.

Let us tell you that Uddhav Thackeray built Ravindra Gate. He was sent to Surat to persuade and the gate itself had made Uddhav talk to Shinde. Ravindra Phatak hails from Thane and is also a neighbor of Eknath Shinde. He had gone to convince Eknath Shinde, but Eknath has now joined him in his court. Amidst the upheaval in Maharashtra, three more rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena are leaving for Guwahati.

Shinde’s photo frame compels Uddhav to surrender
Meanwhile, a photo frame of Eknath Shinde has forced Uddhav Thackeray to surrender. In this photo from Guwahati hotel, 42 MLAs are sitting together. Uddhav surrendered today in front of this show of strength by Shinde. Sanjay Raut, who was threatening till yesterday, is now also offering to leave Mahavikas Aghadi to persuade the MLAs. Uddhav Thackeray’s concern is not only that the chair will go away, he is afraid that as the bungalow is gone, Eknath Shinde may not even snatch the party’s symbol arrow and bow. Right now only MLAs have left, party MPs are also in exit mode. This is the biggest crisis for Uddhav Thackeray in his political career.

‘The door of Varsha Bungalow was closed for the last 2.5 years’
Amidst the political stir, a letter written by Shiv Sena MLA Sanjay Shirsat to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has come into the limelight. Shivsena MLA Sanjay Shirsat from Sambhajinagar (West) i.e. Aurangabad has highlighted the reasons for the rebellion in a letter written to Uddhav. From the language of the letter, it seems that the biggest reason for the rebellion in Shiv Sena has been Uddhav’s inability to be available to his MLAs, and to act on Pawar’s instructions.

Shirsat has written in the letter that while vacating the Varsha bungalow, he was happy to see the crowd of common people, but for the last two and a half years the doors of this bungalow were closed. He has written, ‘We had to persuade people living around you (Uddhav), and not directly elected from the public, but coming from the Legislative Council and Rajya Sabha, to go to your bungalow. Everyone knows what happened in Rajya Sabha and Legislative Council elections because of such self-proclaimed Chanakya. We were MLAs of the party, but we never got direct entry into the bungalow even though we were MLAs.

‘CM used to meet most in the office of the ministry but…’
Shirsat wrote, ‘The CM used to meet everyone in the ministry’s office on the sixth floor, but this question never came to us because you never went to the ministry. We had to stand outside the gate of the bungalow for hours for the works of the common people. Calls were not picked up, there was no entry inside, and in the end we would leave exhausted. Why was such an insult to an MLA who was elected from amongst 3 to 4 lakh people? This is our question, the same is the condition of all of us MLAs.

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