Issuing clarification on his alleged assembly with BJP chief Ashish Shelar, senior Shiv Sena chief and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday mentioned individuals ”who don”t like him” are spreading rumours forward of Maharashtra Assembly session.
“I’ve met Ashish at social gatherings. Maharashtra’s politics is not like that of India and Pakistan. Despite political differences, we’re cordial. People who don”t like me are spreading rumours ahead of tomorrow’s Assembly session,” mentioned Mr Raut.
He mentioned such rumours do not have an effect on politics or destabilise the federal government.
“Such rumours will not affect the Maharashtra government and would rather bring the leaders of the three parties (Shiv Sena, NCP, and Congress) together,” he added.
Later he additionally took to Twitter and shared a couplet towards the ”backdrop of uncertainty over the destiny of Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities in Maharashtra” that learn, “Humari afvaao ke dhuuhe vahi se udate hai, jaha hamare naam se aag lag jati hai”.
He added that the opposition BJP ought to permit the two-day monsoon session of the Maharashtra legislature to operate easily if it has the curiosity of the state’s individuals in thoughts.
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