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I don’t want to play games CM Uddhav Thackeray resigns

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Mumbai: Following the Supreme Court verdict, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced his resignation online today. He has also resigned from the Legislative Council. Before resigning, Thackeray had an emotional dialogue with the people of the state. “I don’t want to play the game of counting democracy,” he said. Shiv Sainiks removed the son of Shiv Sena chief from the post of Chief Minister. There is no grief over leaving the post of Chief Minister. “I am resigning from the post of Chief Minister and also from the Legislative Council today,” he announced.

Uddhav Thackeray said, Mahavikas Aghadi government decided for the welfare of the people till the end. It started with the funds of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Raigad fort. Besides, we have been talking for so many years, but we have freed the farmers from debt. I was happy with the name change. The name given to Aurangabad by Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray himself has been given to Sambhajinagar.

Chief Minister Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray’s dialogue with the people

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Only those who were expected to leave. Four Shiv Sena ministers were present at the cabinet meeting. Those who made it big are forgotten today. We are experiencing what Shiv Sena is. During this period, who made rickshaw pullers, tapariwale, corporators, MLAs, MPs. The man grew up. But those who made us big, forgot it. He gave all that he could. But those who are unhappy are happy. Simple people kept encouraging us. After the cabinet meeting, Congress’ Ashok Chavan also said, “Don’t be upset, we support you from outside.”

The journey ahead will continue with the blessings of all. If something is going well, it looks good. Now you know who it is. The court has ruled, now the court must be respected. The majority will have to face tomorrow, democracy must be observed. Thanks to the Governor for upholding democracy. But if they had approved the list of 12 MLAs at the same pace, we would not have felt good.

Tola to the center from security

Security is being beefed up in Mumbai on the instructions of the Center. It is a shame that security will also come to Mumbai on the China border tomorrow. So much shame left. But tomorrow democracy will be born. His cradle is moving. Therefore, I tell the Shiv Sainiks that no one should interfere with the Shiv Sainiks coming tomorrow. No one will stop you. Tomorrow, he will get the virtue of removing Shiv Sena chief’s son from the post of Chief Minister. I have no qualms about leaving the post, I am not interested in the majority. I am resigning as Chief Minister today. He is also resigning from the Legislative Council.

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