Eknath Shinde, whose rebellion resulted in the collapse of the Uddhav Thackeray-led federal government, had actually always averted making pointed remarks versus Uddhav as well as his boy.

Maharashtra Chief Priest Eknath Shinde seems to have altered his approach vis-a-vis Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray and also attacked him for criticising the rebel Shiv Sena leaders.

Mr Shinde, whose disobedience with 39 MLAs of Shiv Sena caused the collapse of the Uddhav Thackeray-led MVA federal government in June, had actually always averted making pointed comments against Uddhav and his kid Aaditya who have actually been calling the rebels “traitors as well as backstabbers”.

“Rather than replying to the criticism my work will speak for himself,” he used to say.

Nonetheless, talking to Marathi information network ABP Majha on Monday evening, Mr Shinde appeared drawing no strikes.

“He ought to understand his age and speak appropriately. What we are today is as a result of the late Balasaheb Thackeray as well as his institution of idea. But he and others drifted away from Balasaheb’s thought for power which forced us to take this solid action (to rebel),” Mr Shinde said when asked about Aaditya Thackeray tossing “traitor” barb against the rebel MLAs.

Aaditya Thackeray, a previous priest, has held several rallies in Mumbai and components of Maharashtra to rejuvenate Shiv Sena because Shinde’s disobedience.

Taking a cue from Mr Shinde, his closet associate Gulabrao Patil on Tuesday questioned Aaditya Thackray’s stature.

“I came to be active in Shiv Sena when Aaditya was in a swaddle. He is just 32 currently. What right does he need to criticise us? Who is he?” Mr Patil asked.

“He can be the heir to the property of late Balasaheb or of Uddhav Thackeray but he can not assert the (event’s) legacy. We lugged the saffron flag on our shoulders for 35 years, and now they are criticising us,” he said without taking Aaditya Thackeray’s name.

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Last Updated: 6 September 2022