Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Wednesday hinted at the dissolution of Maharashtra assembly following the political crisis in the state.
“The journey of political developments in Maharashtra has led towards the dismissal of the Vidhan Sabha,” Raut tweeted.
Earlier this morning, Sanjay Raut had said, “Eknath Shinde is our very old party member, he is our friend, we’ve worked together for decades. It’s neither easy for him nor for us to leave each other. I had a conversation with him for an hour this morning & the party chief was intimated about it: Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut.”
This comes after Eknath Shinde, whose rebellion has pushed the MVA government to crisis, claimed the support of 40 MLAs, including 33 from Sena and seven Independents. Shinde, along with other rebels, is currently campaign at the Radisson Hotel in Guwahati.
Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde, along with several other MLAs, on Tuesday went incommunicado and appeared to have rebelled against the party, sending the major political outfits into a huddle. While the MVA alliance is trying to bring back the MLAs, the BJP, in all likelihood, is trying to gain the support of these ‘rebel’ MLAs.