Maharashtra Turmoil: Open letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray by rebel MLAs, expressing their grievances
Rebel MLAs on Thursday wrote a 3-page open letter to the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray amid political crisis in the State. Full letter on Dynamite News:
Mumbai: As the crisis in the State politics, caused by a rebellion by Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde, is deepening with every passing minute, a three-page letter has been shot on Thursday to the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray by the rebel group expressing their resentment against Thackeray.
Earlier, on Wednesday Thackeray through Facebook LIVE made an emotional speech and offered to quit as Chief Minister if any of the MLAs would come and told him to his face.
He left his official residence Varsha and moved to his family home in Matoshri. Party workers raised slogans and showered petals on the CM as he left his official residence along with his family members.
In the open letter, rebel MLAs have articulated their complaints:
CM's speech didn't answer my questions, says the letter
After Uddhav's move out, happy to see doors of Varsha open for common men
MLAs complain that they were not allowed to meet CM, they have to wait for hours at the gates to meet the CM
MLAs didn't get funds for development work in their constituencies, while NCP and Congress MLAs got funds easily
Probably hinting at Sanajy Raut, non-elected members didn't allow us to get access to CM