In the victory of the MLAs gathered at the Guwahati hotel, Eknath Shinde oozes confidence.

Maharashtra Minister Eknath Shinde said they will be together in every situation and face it together . Shinde said they have broken up from the NCP and Congress, who would never support Shiv Sena .

Guwahati (Assam) — On Wednesday, Maharashtra Minister Eknath Shinde, who was elected leader by rebel Shiv Sena MLAs, expressed confidence in the Shinde camp's victory, saying that they will face everything together in the end.In a video accessed by the Shinde camp today, he said that they will be together in every situation and face it together.We will approach everything with total unity.We will win the game in the end, he said.As you all know, the BJP is a national party and a mahashakti.

They will not let us lag behind on anything.Shinde said in his remarks to MLAs that they would help us if there is a need, and that this will be felt as such a situation arises.Shinde also states that they have broken up from the NCP and Congress, who would never come and support Shiv Sena.We have broken away from the National Party for Change and Congress.

We are nothing before the Shiv Sena founder, who taught us to speak up when there is injustice, he said.We have no regrets for you.During the COVID pandemic, you did a good job, but then you became sick.We prayed to the almighty for your wellbeing even then.

Will Congress and NCP ever come and support us, Shinde said in a letter to the Maharashtra Chief Minister.In a message, Shinde said that they do not want Congress or NCP but Hindutva.We do not need Congress and the NCP, but we want the Hindutva for which Balasaheb had raised us and Shiv Sena, he said.On Thursday, three more Shiv Sena MLAs joined the rebel group of MLAs led by Eknath Shinde in Guwahati.They landed at a hotel in Guwahati where other MLAs are campaigning.

Eknath Shinde is the next leader of the rebel MLAs, who had earlier passed a bill with the signatures of 34 legislators.The bill was sent to state Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Wednesday, BJP said that the Maharashtra crisis is a Shiv Senas internal issue and that the BJP has nothing to do with it.Union Minister Raosaheb Patil Danve said that the BJP isn't attempting to form a coalition in Maharashtra.