Shiv Sena leader detained by law enforcement for visiting Assam to honour rebel leaders



Mumbai: Maharashtra’s political situation is becoming worse. Eknath Shinde, the breakaway leader of the Shiv Sena, has constantly criticised the Maharashtra government, while Uddhav Thackeray, the chief minister, is perceived as being powerless. Shinde has now asserted that he has reached the magic number in addition to this. He has stated that he is accompanied by 37 Shiv Sena MLAs and that no anti-defection laws will be in effect. Sharad Pawar has cautioned the dissident MLAs that this is not the best course of action for their future.

Sanjay Bhosale, the Shiv Sena’s deputy district chairman, was detained by the Assam Police while he was in the area of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati. Sanjay Bhosale urged the renegade MLAs who were staying at the hotel to go back to Maharashtra. The Assam Police noted that it is a sensitive area at the same time. According to the police, legal measures will be taken. “I have already arrived in Guwahati, and I want to ask party MLA Eknath Shinde to go back to ‘Matoshree. To its MLAs, the Shiv Sena has donated generously.

In a tweet, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut claimed that a BJP Union minister had stated that Sharad Pawar would not be let to return home if efforts were made to save the Maha Vikas Aghadi administration. Sharad Pawar rejects the use of such terminology, regardless of whether the Maha Vikas Aghadi government was there. As additional MLAs are set to arrive in Guwahati today, the number of Sena MLAs in the Eknath Shinde camp is anticipated to surpass 50.