As long as Eknath Shinde keeps saying Shiv Sena-Shiv Sena, he will be kept as CM: Sanjay Raut


Mumbai. The ongoing political deadlock in Maharashtra is over. But still the process of accusing each other continues. In this episode, Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that I know everything, the whole country knows that due to political pressure, the leaders of the opposition are being harassed. I have received summons and am going to appear before ED at 12 o’clock. Apart from this, he said that Shiv Sainiks were going to come in large numbers, but I have forbidden them. Along with this, Sanjay Raut has also congratulated on the formation of new government in the state. He said that congratulations to the new government. If a new government has come, it is welcomed. This is the tradition of Maharashtra. Hearty congratulations to Eknath Shinde. Hope we will work for the interest of Maharashtra.

Apart from this, Sanjay Raut said that Devendra Fadnavis is the right hand of Eknath Shinde. Shinde has a lot of experience. Will take the state forward. On the other hand, on the question of displeasure of Devendra Fadnavis, Sanjay Raut said that until I do not talk to Fadnavis, I will not be able to tell whether he is happy or angry. Fadnavis has followed the orders of his party. Many Shiv Sainiks went to BJP before, but BJP did not welcome them. I will not believe that Shiv Sena has become the Chief Minister. Because where Uddhav Thackeray is there Shivsena is there.

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that if Fadnavis had agreed to the formula of two-and-a-half-years, the union would not have broken. BJP has worked to break Shiv Sena. Not with Shiv Sena of BJP. Formed with a faction of Shiv Sena. The thanks of Shiv Sena are on everyone. Amit Shah and PM Modi have given so much respect to Eknath Shinde. That’s a good one. Regarding the split in the party, Sanjay Raut said that the talk of splits has become old. A government has come in the state. He should be welcomed. Not making Devendra the chief minister is an internal matter of his party. As long as Eknath Shinde keeps saying Shiv Sena-Shiv Sena, he will be kept on the chief minister’s post.

Tags: Devendra Fadnavis, Eknath Shinde, Maharashtra


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