Maharashtra Minister and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray (Photo : ANI)
15 to 20 MLAs want to come back: Aditya Thackeray's claim amid political crisis
In a sharp attack on rebel MLAs amid the Maharashtra political crisis, Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Monday claimed that 15 to 20 MLAs, who are with Eknath Shinde's rebel camp are in touch with Shiv Sena and have urged the party to bring them back to Mumbai from Guwahati.
He said that the rebel MLAs have sold themselves for lakhs and crores.
"When the CM was hospitalised, they (rebel MLAs) sold themselves. I would like to ask them, is there no humanity left? We trusted them," he added.
Further, he openly challenged the rebels in revolt and said that have the courage to resign and stand in front of them.
He said the leader of the rebel group Eknath Shinde was offered the post of Chief Minister in May but "he did drama".
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