Mumbai: Shivsena, who has been involved in the ruling BJP-led coalition government in Maharashtra for the last three years, said on Monday that she is angry with the Bharatiya Janata Party and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and will consider the option of separating from the government.
Party leaders, legislators, MPs, and ministers, in the closed-room meeting with Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, flanked the complaints and said that the government has stopped their development works, files were not extended and many decisions were implemented. has not been.
Shiv Sena’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut and Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam briefly told the media about this meeting and discussion of the party. Raut said, “The MLAs have authorized the Sena chief to review the situation and make the right decision, in relation to the state government, we are close to taking a final decision, wait and see.”
Party sources pointing to the final decision, saying that whether the alliance will continue or not, it will be decided soon after the end of the patriarchal and after Thackeray’s annual Dussehra rally. Ramdas Kadam said that all the MLAs told Thackeray about the situation and when it comes time to take the proper decision, he said. MLAs are convinced that Thackeray will make a proper decision in this regard. They did not provide detailed information in this regard.
The two leaders said that people are quite upset about the inflation, the rising prices of petrol/diesel, and not the solution to the problem of farmers on the issue of credit. Shiv Sena does not want to be a part of these sins. Kadam said that all the party’s units will be performing in the state while highlighting these issues from Tuesday.
Earlier, Shiv Sena had demonstrated in the entire state demanding the implementation of the announcement of the debt waiver of farmers in June this year. In the last few days, the party has strongly criticized the bullet train project and the Center and the state BJP.