These days there is a lot of turmoil within the Shiv Sena party. Taking a big decision, Shiv Sena chief and former Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray has expelled ‘Ramdas Kadam’ and ‘Anandrao Adsul’ from the party. Significantly, anti-party activities have been cited for expelling both the leaders from the party.
Ramdas Kadam has been a part of the cabinet during the BJP-Shiv Sena government and Anandrao Adsul has been a former MP from Amravati seat. In the year 2019, independent candidate Navneet Rana defeated him. It is worth noting that the ED is investigating against Adsul and if we talk about Ramdas Kadam, he had written a letter to Uddhav Thackeray today, in which he resigned from the party.
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Let us tell you that in this case Abhijit Adsul, who is Anandrao’s son, has given a statement that his father has resigned from Shiv Sena. When he was asked the question whether his father could become a part of Shinde faction? In response, he said, ‘My father will continue to be a Shiv Sainik.’
Significantly, in today’s time Shiv Sena is divided into 2 parts. Out of which one faction is with Uddhav Thackeray and the other faction is with Eknath Shinde. Shinde faction is continuously claiming that now the real Shiv Sena is their faction. Ever since the Shiv Sena split into two, there has been a rift between MLAs and MPs.