Messages come and go: Uddhav Thackeray drops big hint amid resignation buzz

Mumbai: Breaking the silence on the ongoing political crisis in the state, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray addressed the state via Facebook live on Wednesday and said he was ready to tender his resignation if the rebel deputies came to tell him directly.Also Read – Amid Maharashtra crisis, CM Uddhav Thackeray leaves official residence with his family for Matoshree | 10 dots

“I am ready to tender my resignation to MPs, they should come here and bring my resignation to Raj Bhavan. I am also ready to leave the position of leader of the Shiv Sena party, not on the word of others but of my workers,” said CM Thackeray. Also Read – From Shinde’s Rebellion to CM Uddhav’s Resignation Bid: A Chronology of the Maharashtra Crisis

Uddhav Thackeray’s Facebook Live: Best Quotes

  • I am ready to tender my resignation to MPs, they should come here and bring my resignation to Raj Bhavan. I am ready to leave the position of leader of the Shiv Sena party also, not on the word of others but on that of my workers
  • Messages come and go but the real asset is people’s affection. Over the past 2 years, I have been blessed with a lot of affection from people
  • If any MP wants me not to continue as CM, I am ready to take all my belongings from Versha Bungalow (official residence of CM) to Matoshri
  • If you (the deputies) say so, then I am ready to leave the post of CM. It’s not a question of numbers, but how many are against me. I will leave if even a person or a deputy is against me. It’s very shameful for me if even a single MP is against me
  • But when my people (deputies) don’t want me, what can I say. If they had something against me, what was the need to say all this to Surat, they could have come here and said this to my face
  • When the 3 parties came together in 2019, Sharad Pawar told me that I should take responsibility for the CM position. I didn’t even have any previous experience. But I took responsibility. Sharad Pawar & Sonia Gandhi helped me a lot, they kept me confident

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