"I don't want to stop Uddhav Thackley": Rebel Shiv Sena MLA says it should form an alliance with the BJP

"I don’t want to stop Uddhav Thackley": Rebel Shiv Sena MLA says it should form an alliance with the BJP

The latest Shiv Sena MLA Deepak Kesarkar, who attended the party’s rebel camp led by Eknath Shinde, said Thursday morning that rebels did not want Uddhav Thackeray to resign as Chief Minister of Maharashtra. “Instead, we want him to form an alliance with BJP and form a new government,” he told Bibarud.

Kesarkar flew to BJP-controlled Guwahati in Assam early in the morning to attend the Eknath Shinde camp. He was seen with Uddhav Thackley until two days ago. He spoke to Bibarud on the phone and said that three Senna MLAs and at least one independent were with him during the flight. Kesarkar previously said that several MLAs have instructed Thackeray to abolish Congress and the NCP and adopt the “natural ally” BJP for ideological similarities.

Guwahati told Bibarud exclusively, “There is no time to be late. People want Shiv Sena to form an alliance with the BJP. All important ministries are in the NCP or Congress. We are an industry. And only has an urban development department. It is the NCP or Parliament that is relevant to the provinces of Maharastra. “

“We are not angry with the Prime Minister. We are angry with others in the coalition,” Kesserker said, adding that the state should have the same ruling party as the center.

Shiv Sena and BJP both professed Hindutva as part of their ideology and fought together in the 2019 parliamentary elections, but Senna formed an alliance with the NCP and parliament and was a leader. After the difference in position, the government was formed. Kesarkar emphasized that the Sena-BJP alliance has been in place for 25 years.

He claimed that most of SenaMLA is now with Eknath Shinde. Asked who he considered the leaders of Uddhav Thacke and Enato Sinde, he said, “I’ve talked with the Prime Minister several times, and now he’s ready to resign. But I They don’t want him to resign. The state and the center should have the same regime. “