My ideology doesn’t permit me to work with Congress: Shiv Sena leader quits party

While Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackrey is all set to become the Chief Minister Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)-Congress government in Maharashtra, Sena leader Ramesh Solanki announced his resignation from the party.

In a series of tweets on Tuesday night, Solanki said, “Shiv Sena made a political decision and joined hands with INC and NCP to form govt in Maharashtra”…..”my conscious and ideology doesn’t permit me to work with Congress.”

“Congratulations and all the best for forming govt in Maharashtra and having ShivSena CM. But my conscious and ideology doesn’t permit me to work with Congress, I cant work half-heartedly and it won’t be fair to my post, my party my fellow ShivSainiks and my leaders,” Solanki tweeted.

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“So with a heavy heart, I am making the most difficult decision of my life, I am resigning from Shiv Sena. All Shiv Sainiks are and will always be my brothers and sisters, its a special bonding which blossomed during this 21 years. I will always remain Balasaheb’s ShivSainik at heart,” he said in another tweet.

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