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Upset With NCP, Congress; Not Uddhav Thackeray: Rebel Shiv Sena MLA

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Mumbai: Maharashtra minister Sandipan Bhumare, who is one of the rebels Shiv Sena MLAs amid the state’s political crisis, said they are not upset with CM Uddhav Thackeray.

Sena leader Sandipan Bhumare told a television channel, “We have no complaint against the Shiv Sena leadership. We have raised our complaints with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, that it was getting difficult to work with the NCP and Congress ministers,” news agency PTI reported. Also Read: Political Crisis In Maharashtra Heading Towards Dissolution Of Vidhan Sabha: Sanjay Raut

He further said that it was becoming “very difficult” for his proposals and requests for work to get approval from ministers from Congress and NCP.

Shiv Sena MLAs led by Maharashtra Minister Eknath Shinde reached Guwahati in Assam on Wednesday by a chartered plane. Also Read: Eknath Shinde Lands In Assam, Says ’40 Sena MLAs With Me, Will Carry Forward Hindutva’

Bhumare, who is also a minister in the state cabinet, said that as a public representative, it was his job to address grievances.

“What else do I need in life. But, as a people representative, I need to address the grievances of my people. I could not do it properly because of these two alliance partners,” the leader said.

A day, after all, five candidates of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) secured a victory in the Maharashtra Legislative Council (MLC) elections, dozens of Sena MLAs led by Shinde were holed up at Surat’s Le Meridian Hotel under heavy police presence on Tuesday.

Eknath has claimed the support of 40 MLAs, including 33 from Sena and seven Independents. Reports suggest that the rebel lawmakers might seek a floor test. The BJP, meanwhile, remains on a ‘wait and watch mode, claiming that it has no involvement in the ongoing political crisis.

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