Aaditya Thackeray lashed out at the center, said – Kashmiri Pandits should have got protection, not the rebel MLAs

Aaditya Thackeray, a minister in the Maharashtra government, has made a direct attack on the central government on Sunday. In fact, the Central Government has provided CRPF security to the rebel MLAs staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati. Yuva Sena President Aaditya Thackeray has launched a scathing attack on this decision of the Centre.

Aditya said, “Kashmiri Pandits should be provided security first as incidents of killing of Kashmiri Pandits have come to the fore in the recent past. We have been continuously demanding security for Kashmiri Pandits, we have been talking about providing them security first. But they were not provided this security, but these rebel MLAs have been provided security.” Apart from Aaditya Thackeray, some other leaders of Shiv Sena have also expressed their views on this part of the central government.
The decision was criticized.

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Aaditya Thackeray said, “I challenge all the rebel MLAs who have sold themselves, if you have the courage, then resign from your post and face elections. I am sure you guys will lose the election.” On the other hand, senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that the central government wants to divide the state into three parts, but Shiv Sena will not allow this to happen.

This is the reason why such a conspiracy has been hatched to destroy the party. Sanjay Raut said that these people have a plan to divide Maharashtra into three parts. These people want to divide in North Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Mumbai. These people know that Shiv Sena will not allow this to happen, that’s why these people now want to finish Shiv Sena.

Let us inform that a letter has been written by Shiv Sena to the Deputy Speaker to disqualify the 16 rebel MLAs. But the rebel MLAs have approached the Supreme Court against this letter of Shiv Sena. Today the Supreme Court will hear the matter. The rebel MLAs have said that the disqualification proceedings should be stopped until the matter is heard. Let us inform that the Deputy Speaker had issued a notice to the rebel MLAs and sought their reply by June 27.

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