Political distance has been created in Shiv Sena, but communication between leaders has not stopped.On Thursday, MLA Eknath Shinde Camp has written a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.In this letter, he has talked about his problems.He told the Shiv Sena supremo that he was never available to listen to the problems of the leaders.In this three-page letter, he has also discussed the recent elections.
Biggest complaint- Do not meet, do not pick up the phone In a letter written in Marathi on behalf of Shiv Sena leader Shinde Camp, the biggest allegation has been made of staying away from contact.He wrote, ‘The alleged Chanakyas gathered near you kept us away from the strategy of Rajya Sabha and Legislative Council elections.The result is now in front of everyone.We were told that you can meet you guys on the sixth floor, but it never happened.’
He said, ‘If we have contacted many times for work on our assembly constituencies, then the phone is not even answered.We were suffering all these things and all the MLAs have tolerated it.We tried to tell this to the people around you, but to no avail.
The leaders say that to meet the CM, one has to make contact with the close ones.He wrote, ‘When you left Varsha, a lot of crowd appeared there.It is good that for the first time the doors of this bungalow were opened for the common people as well.The doors of this bungalow were closed for the last two and a half years.Even as MLAs, we have to walk back and forth between your close ones to meet you.
Angry over not being allowed to go to Ayodhya, recently Aaditya Thackeray, a minister in the Maharashtra government, reached Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.Regarding this yatra, it has been said in the letter, ‘We also had to have darshan of Ramlala, but why were not allowed to do so.’He said, ‘Now we are all united for justice and entitlement.That is why we have taken this decision considering him as a leader.Hindutva, Ayodhya and Ram temple are Shiv Sena’s issues, but we were stopped.Uddhav Thackeray himself stopped many MLAs from going to Ayodhya.