New Delhi: Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray on Monday claimed that 15 to twenty Shiv Sena MLAs who joined the insurgent camp are in contact with him and urged the celebration to deliver them again to Mumbai from Guwahati. Addressing Shiv Sena staff in Karjat on the outskirts of Mumbai, Thackeray, who’s making efforts to avoid wasting the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities, mentioned that each employee of the celebration is seeing the present scenario as a possibility, not as an issue.
“The grime has gone away. Now we are able to do one thing good,” Thackeray mentioned, referring to the insurgent MLAs.
The Shiv Sena chief, the son of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, mentioned earlier than June 21 revolt there was a murmur that there could be some growth within the celebration, which heads the MVA which additionally contains the NCP and Congress.
A lot of the Shiv Sena MLAs, together with 9 ministers, have revolted in opposition to the celebration, threatening the existence of the two-and-a-half-year-old authorities. The Shiv Sena has claimed that some MLAs have been kidnapped or forcibly taken away by the insurgent camp.
“Round 15-20 MLAs are in contact with us. They name me and Shiv Sainiks and urged us to deliver them again from Guwahati,” he mentioned.
“Their scenario is sort of a prisoner, first in Surat (the place the rebels landed after leaving Mumbai final week) after which in Guwahati,” he mentioned.
Shinde has claimed the assist of greater than three dozen Shiv Sena MLAs out of the overall 55. Criticising the Shiv Sena strongman from Thane with out naming him, Thackeray mentioned some leaders had been trusted blindly and the unhappy half was that such individuals had been repeatedly promoted within the organisation. He mentioned the MLA leaving the celebration was like “cleansing the ‘nullahs’ and rubbish earlier than the onset of monsoon.”
(With PTI inputs)