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May there be ghee in the fire? Love on Thorat, shower of allegations on Nana, Uddhav Sena’s entry in Congress discord, gave this advice

Mumbai. The infighting going on in the Maharashtra Congress party is now openly visible. At the same time, Shiv Sena, which was an ally in the previous government, i.e. Uddhav faction has also jumped into this internal fight. Commenting on this, Shiv Sena (Uddhav faction) MP Sanjay Raut said, ‘If Nana Patole had not resigned from the post of Assembly Speaker, the situation would have been different today. Due to his resignation, the MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) government fell and the opponents got a chance. The MVA government fell because of Nana Patole.

Apart from this, Sanjay Raut said, ‘What is happening with Balasaheb Thorat should not happen. The Congress high command should talk to him and resolve the matter. Apart from this, congratulating CM Eknath Shinde on his birthday, said that we are political enemies, have also been former allies, but being a person, I wish him a happy birthday. Let us tell you that the tussle between Nana Patole and Balasaheb Thorat is going on in Maharashtra Congress. On Tuesday, Balasaheb Thorat resigned as the leader of the Congress Legislature Party and other posts in the party.

His letter to Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge about his alleged rift with Congress state unit chief Nana Patole came to the fore a day earlier. He is the maternal uncle of Congress leader Satyajit Tambe, who recently won the Legislative Council election as an independent candidate from the Nashik Division graduate constituency. Thorat is considered extremely loyal to the Congress. Prior to this, he has served as the state president of the party, besides holding several key ministerial posts.

A close aide of Thorat said that the Congress leader had written to the party high command expressing his inability to work with Patole as he was “angry”. Thorat said that they are not consulted before taking any decision. (from input language)

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