"There Will Be Earthquake If…": Eknath Shinde On Shiv Sena Riot
In a veiled warning to Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Saturday stated there might be an “earthquake” if he began talking.
Questioning Uddhav Thackeray’s choice to affix fingers with the Nationalist Congress Celebration (NCP) and Congress, Eknath Shinde additionally stated he knew what occurred to late Sena chief Anand Dighe.
“I used to be witness to what occurred with ‘Dharmaveer’,” stated Eknath Shinde, referring to Ananad Dighe, a fiery Shiv Sena chief and his mentor who died following a street accident in 2002.
Uddhav Thackeray, who resigned as chief minister in June after Eknath Shinde rebelled in opposition to him together with a majority of Shiv Sena Membesr of Legislative Meeting(MLAs), have usually dubbed the rebels as “traitors.” Talking at a rally at Malegaon, Eknath Shinde stated he rebelled as he wished to “defend Balasaheb Thackeray’s legacy.” “There might be an earthquake if I begin giving interviews…..Not like some folks, I by no means travelled overseas yearly for holidays. Shiv Sena and its development had been the one issues on my thoughts,” he stated.
The late Shiv Sena founder’s daughter-in-law Smita Thackeray and his eldest grandson Nihar Thackeray have supported him, Eknath Shinde famous.