Uddhav Thackeray’s Taunt on Eknath Shinde Group – “Shiv Sena Is Not A Thing Anyone Can Run Away With”

Mumbai, 8th July 2202: After the rebellion of Eknath Shinde Group, the attitude of the Thackeray family has changed completely. Uddhav Thackeray is also seen changing and is constantly active. This time, on Friday, he called the media at his ancestral residence Matoshree and spoke.




He said that bow and arrow is the election symbol of Shiv Sena and no one can snatch it and he is talking to a lawyer and this will be argued. However, at the same time, he also said that people vote on the basis of their feelings. It is not just the symbol that matters.




Taking a jibe at the MLAs, he said that the party does not end because of someone’s departure. Thackeray said that Shiv Sena is not an item thing that anyone can run away with. It’s a street party.




The former CM said, “Suppose we had only one MLA and he would have left the party, would it mean that the party is over?




Uddhav Thackeray said that even if 1 or 50 or even 100 MLAs go away, the party cannot end with their departure. The party persists, only confusion arises among the people. He said that the legislature party and registered party are different.




Moving the emotional card once again, he said that Shiv Sena made common people big without seeing anyone’s background. The grown-ups have gone, but the ordinary people who made them big are with Shiv Sena. Hence, there is no threat to the future of Shiv Sena. Let us inform you that Uddhav Thackeray’s son Aditya has decided to take out the Nishtha Yatra which is being considered an exercise to save Shiv Sena. During this Yatra, he will also visit the areas of rebel MLAs and administer the oath of allegiance to Shiv Sainiks.




Challenge to enter mid-term elections


Thackeray has raised the demand for elections in the state. He said, “I challenge those people for the assembly elections today. If we have done wrong, people will send us home. And if this is what they were required to do, they should have done it two and a half years ago. It would have happened with respect. They would not have needed to do this now.”