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Sanjay Raut’s important statement has come to the fore in the midst of a big crisis on Shiv Sena and Maha Vikas Aghadi government. Sanjay Raut said in a press conference on Thursday afternoon that the party is ready to consider their demand to exit the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance if the rebel MLAs return to Mumbai in 24 hours.

Let us inform that apart from Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP are also included in Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance. Eknath Shinde and other rebel MLAs have demanded that Shiv Sena should break the alliance with NCP and Congress.

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Sanjay Raut’s statement that he is ‘ready to consider exiting the alliance’ assumes significance as the BJP and Shiv Sena parted ways after the assembly elections held in late 2019 and the Shiv Sena joined the opposition Congress. And when the government was formed with the NCP, it was said that this alliance would last for the next 25 years.

As the architect of the alliance, leader and NCP chief Sharad Pawar had come to the fore. But after two and a half years, the kind of breakdown in Shiv Sena, the largest party of the alliance, has raised serious questions about the future of the party in Maharashtra as well as the future of this alliance. The Thackeray government has come down to a minority.

It also has to be seen here that how the rest of the coalition parties i.e. Congress and NCP react to Sanjay Raut’s statement. Because along with being a Rajya Sabha MP, Sanjay Raut is also the chief spokesperson of Shiv Sena and his opinion on all major issues is considered to be the opinion of Shiv Sena.

On the other hand, since the rebellion of Eknath Shinde, Congress and NCP have been continuously talking about standing with Shiv Sena.

The MLAs, who rebelled against Shiv Sena, have said in a conversation with all the media channels that they are not angry with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray but they want an alliance with BJP and distance from Congress and NCP.

But after the return of the MLAs, will the Shiv Sena pay heed to their demand and will it accept the necessary condition to get out of Aghadi? It will not be easy for him to do this but he has definitely created a stir by talking about thinking.

Now all eyes are on Eknath Shinde’s next step, when will he return to Mumbai and when will he hand over the letter of support of the MLAs to the Governor.


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