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Sanjay Raut, the head of the Shiv Sena, attacked the party’s breakaway MLAs on Sunday, referring to them as “living corpses” and declaring their “souls are dead.”

“In Guwahati, 40 MLAs are living corpses with dead souls. When they return, the Assembly will receive their corpses for a post-mortem immediately. They are aware of the potential outcomes of the fire that has been set here “Speaking to party members in Mumbai, Mr Raut stated.

Aaditya Thackeray, the head of the Shiv Sena, said that Uddhav Thackeray invited Eknath Shinde to become chief minister on May 20 but that Shinde engaged in theatre and then revolted one month later.

At the Yuva Sena national executive meeting, Aditya Thackeray made this statement.

“However, they (the Shinde side) are unable to do so; this is separatist, not revolt. To accomplish all of this, they unfairly capitalized on CM Uddhav Thackeray’s poor health “said he.

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Mr Thackeray called the rebellious MLAs “traitors” and said Maharashtra would never pardon those who had abandoned the Shiv Sena.

“The doors of the Shiv Sena are open to anybody who wishes to quit or rejoin the organization. The party would not accept such traitorous dissident MLAs back, “added he.

Aaditya Thackeray attacked the MLAs now staying at a hotel in Guwahati, saying it was good that some filth had left the party.

He challenged the renegade MLAs, urging them to stand down and run in the election.

“The state is seeing this for the first time, with MLAs from the governing party switching to the opposition. We have the statistics, notwithstanding the fact that people are sharing their numbers. I urge them to step down and run for office. The truth will be revealed, “Leader of the Shiv Sena asserted.

After Minister Eknath Shinde travelled to Surat with a few MLAs and then to Guwahati, where he claimed to have the support of 38 MLAs of the 55 Shiv Sena legislators—more than two-thirds of the party’s strength in the 288-member Maharashtra Legislative Assembly—political unrest in Maharashtra was precipitated.