Shiv Sena MP Krupal Tumane says he’s with the party, denies reports of joining rebel camp

Photo for representational purpose only. PTI

Photo for representational purpose only. PTI

Following the Shiv Sena-drove Maharashtra government confronting an emergency, party MP Krupal Tumane on Thursday prevented reports from getting joining the radical group drove by Eknath Shinde, and stated that he was with the Sena.

Tumane, the Lok Sabha part from Ramtek in Nagpur, said “tolerance is the need of great importance”.

Maharashtra bureau serve Shinde, who is exploring nature in Assam’s Guwahati with rebel Sena MLAs, on Wednesday asserted the help of 46 lawmakers, including a few Independents.

On Thursday morning, three more Shiv Sena MLAs left for Guwahati from Mumbai, as per a partner of Shinde.

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The Shiv Sena presently has 55 MLAs in the Assembly.

Tumane in a proclamation on Thursday said, “No one has reached me, nor have I upheld anybody. I’m with the Shiv Sena as it were. Some data is being spread about me, which is wrong. Keeping tolerance is the need of great importance.”

On Wednesday, Eknath Shinde gave a letter to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly’s delegate speaker, endorsed by 35 Sena MLAs, supplanting Sunil Prabhu with Bharat Gogavale as the main whip of the Shiv Sena Legislature Party.

He has kept up with that while the NCP and the Congress were developing further in the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) collusion, the Shiv Sena, which heads the administering alliance, and its laborers were getting methodicallly debilitated. PTI

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