The former CM of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray has demanded Mid-term elections and has said that the people of the state should decide from whom they want to govern.
Former CM Uddhav Thackeray Speaks About Mid-Term Election
While addressing the public after the political turmoil that entirely changed the government of Maharashtra, the former CM said, “I challenge them to hold assembly elections today. If we have done wrong, people will send us home. And if this is what you had to do, then you should have done it two and half years ago, and it would have been done respectfully. There would be no need for all this to happen, “He further said, “No one can take the bow and arrow symbol from the Shiv Sena. However, people don’t look at only the symbol, they look at the person who has taken the symbol,”
Former CM Speaks About The Rebel Group
Uddhav Thackeray spoke about the rebel group led by present Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde. Shinde turned the political situation of the state upside down and went along with an alliance with BJP.”Some people say if they are called to Matoshree, they will come. They say they have respect for me. I am thankful. But if you had come and spoken to me, then you would not have needed to go on this tour. But now you are with people who have abused my family. They have made attacks on our reputation. So, you decide if your love and respect is real,” he said in the context of the rebel group.
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About Future of The Party
“No one can take the Shiv Sena away. There is a legislature party and there is a party that works on the ground. Can you finish the party just because MLAs leave? They are trying to create a fear. Don’t fall for it. Legislature party and registered party are two different things,” the former CM said about the party. He also talked about the Supreme Court verdict which will come on July 11, 2022. It will be regarding the decision on a petition seeking disqualification of 16 rebel Shiv Sena MLAs.