Maharashtra: 300 workers and 26 MLA resign from Shiv Sena

Uddhav ThackreyAll National News Politics 

26 corporators of the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra resigned because of resentment over the fake distribution Councilors resigned.

The Shiv Sena has suffered a major setback before the elections for the Maharashtra Assembly elections. The 26 councilors associated with the party have sent resignations to party chief Uddhav Thackeray along with about 300 workers. All these leaders have taken this step unhappy with ticket distribution.

Now there are only a few days left in voting. They will hold polling on October 21 on 288 assembly seats in the state. The nomination process has also been completed a week ago. But the resentment of leaders and workers over ticket distribution is not ending. On Wednesday, 26 corporators of Shiv Sena in Thane expressed their displeasure and sent resignations to party chief Uddhav Thackeray. Not only this, along with these councilors, about 300 party workers have also separated themselves.

Rebel challenge

Tell that rebel leaders remain a challenge for both BJP and Shiv Sena. Both parties are facing such opposition in at least 30 seats. The situation is that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has even warned that if the rebel does not leave the electoral field ‘it will show him his place’.

Now the councilors associated with the Shiv Sena have taken a step to disassociate themselves from the party, expressing their disagreement with the ticket distribution. This can prove to be a big loss for the party before voting.

Shiv Sena has cleared its stand. It stands with BJP in its Alliance. However, Aditya Thackrey seemed to differ from the Aarey Deforestation. Also, this is a major blow to the Party before elections.

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