NEW DELHI: Shiv Sena rebel MLA Eknath Shinde, who is currently camping in Guwahati, said that it is essential to get out of the “unnatural front” for the survival of the party.
Soon after Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray‘s address, Shinde tweeted saying that only NCP and Congress benefited in the last two of the MVA government in the state.
Shinde said that while the constituents got stronger, the Shiv Sainiks and Sena got weaker.
“It is essential to get out of the ‘unnatural’ front for the survival of the party and Shiv Sainiks. Decisions need to be taken now in the interest of Maharashtra,” he said on Twitter.

Earlier today, Uddhav Thackeray said he was ready to quit his post if the rebel MLAs tell him that they don’t want him to continue as chief minister.
“Why make statements from Surat and other places? Come and tell me to my face that I am incompetent to handle the posts of chief minister and Shiv Sena president. I will resign immediately. I will keep my resignation letter ready and you can come and take it to Raj Bhavan,” Thackeray said.
He said he would be happy to see a Shiv Sainik as his successor on the CM’s post, adding he took up the post despite his inexperience after a suggestion from NCP chief Sharad Pawar.
Meanwhile, Eknath Shinde has claimed that he has the support of 34 MLAs of his party and passed a resolution on Wednesday evening reinstating himself as the leader of the Shiv Sena legislative party, a day after he was removed from the post by the Sena leadership.

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