Mumbai: Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik on Sunday urged Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to come back to phrases with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the previous alliance associate BJP for the advantage of the get together.
In his letter to Thackeray, Sarnaik wrote, “We imagine in you and your management. However, Congress and NCP try to weaken our get together. NCP and Congress need their very own Chief Minister. Congress needs to contest alone whereas NCP is making an attempt to interrupt away leaders from Shiv Sena. I imagine that it is going to be higher should you get near Prime Minister Narendra Modi. If we (Shiv Sena and BJP) come collectively as soon as once more, it is going to be useful to the get together and staff.”
The Shiv Sena MLA alleged that the central authorities is concentrating on the leaders of the get together through the use of central companies however there was no harassment of NCP leaders.
“There appears to be veiled help from the Centre. No central company is behind the NCP leaders. Central companies are concentrating on us for no fault of ours. Should you come near Prime Minister Modi, the sufferings of leaders like Ravindra Waikar, Anil Parab, Pratap Sarnaik and their households will finish. Even after breaking the alliance with BJP, there’s a private relationship with many leaders. Earlier than this too breaks and if we come collectively as soon as once more, then all of the Shiv Sena staff shall be benefited,” Sarnaik’s letter additional reads.
Within the 2019 Maharashtra Meeting polls, BJP emerged as the only largest get together in Maharashtra with 105 seats adopted by Shiv Sena with 56 seats, NCP bagged 54 seats whereas Congress obtained 44 seats in 288-member Maharashtra Meeting.
The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance gained an absolute majority within the election however couldn’t type the federal government over the problem of the chief ministerial publish. Later, Shiv Sena together with NCP and Congress shaped the federal government within the state beneath the management of Thackeray, who took oath as Maharashtra Chief Minister.