Maha political crisis: Offices of rebel Shiv Sena MLAs vandalised

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Mumbai: The Shiv Sena vandalised the offices of rebel MLAs Mangesh Kudalkar and Tanaji Sawant in Mumbai and Pune, Maharashtra. After this, aggressive Shiv Sainiks have written traitors in their offices.

After the aggression of Shiv Sena rebels, Legislature Party leader Eknath Shinde has written a letter to the Chief Minister accusing him of withdrawing the security of the MLAs. Shinde has also expressed the apprehension of a recurrence of the Moosewala incident in Punjab in the state.

Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has termed Eknath Shinde’s allegation baseless. Patil said that the security of any MLA has not been withdrawn in Maharashtra. The Chief Minister has also not given any such information. Dilip Walse Patil said that the MLAs are given security. The families of MLAs who are not in Maharashtra are also being kept safe.

Today is the fourth day of the rebellion in Shiv Sena, and the rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena are staying in a hotel in Guwahati, Assam. The MLAs were asked by Shiv Sena to come back, but today Shiv Sainiks became aggressive due to the non-return of the MLAs. Angry Shiv Sainiks pelted stones and ransacked MLA Mangesh Kudalkar’s office at Ghatkopar in Mumbai. After that, a traitor was written in the office. Today, the office of former minister and rebel MLA Tanaji Sawant was vandalised in Pune. On the same lines, Shiv Sainiks sooted a banner near the office of rebel MLA Sandipan Bhumre in Aurangabad. Similarly, the banner of Eknath Shinde, the leader of the rebel MLAs in Nashik, has been blackened and the word traitor has been written on it.

In this matter, Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said that an inquiry has been ordered into all these cases. The police are also providing security to the families of the rebel MLAs.

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