News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai
Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Mon, 27 Jun 2022 11:41 AM IST
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Amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Maharashtra, Sunil Raut, brother of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, put an end to the speculation about him. Sunil Raut clearly said that he will not go there to see the faces of the traitors of Shiv Sena present in Guwahati.
Sunil Raut is the younger brother of senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut. He is Shiv Sena MLA from Vikhroli seat. There was speculation yesterday about Sunil Raut that he may also go to Guwahati soon to support the rebels of Shiv Sena. Raut said on Monday that ‘Why should I go to Guwahati? Instead I would prefer to go to Goa to see the natural beauty. I am a Shiv Sainik and will work for the party till my last breath. He said that Narayan Rane and Raj Thackeray can say whatever they want, but Uddhav Thackeray will definitely win. I was in Shiv Sena and will be in this party.
Shinde faction in touch with Raj Thackeray
New equations seem to be forming in the political drama going on in Maharashtra for the last one week. It is reported that the rebel group led by Eknath Shinde is in touch with Raj Thackeray. With this, the search for a new political alternative has started in Maharashtra. The Shinde faction does not want to give up both the Thackeray name and Hindutva. In such a situation, 38 MLAs of Eknath Shinde faction can join Raj Thackeray’s party MNS.
According to media reports, Eknath Shinde has also spoken to Raj Thackeray twice over the phone on this issue. According to reports, the merger of Shinde faction with Raj Thackeray’s MNS was decided two days ago in a secret meeting of Eknath Shinde with Devendra Fadnavis. Sources say that the country’s Home Minister Amit Shah also attended this meeting. Even though Eknath Shinde has the support of 38 rebel Shiv Sena MLAs, it is not easy to get recognition as a new party. In such a situation, the Shinde faction wants to resolve this issue before the presidential election.