New Delhi: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has mentioned that he and different insurgent Shiv Sena MLAs would have ended up as “martyrs” had there been any “sabotage” throughout their coup towards the celebration management. He was talking on Thursday after visiting his native village Dare in western Maharashtra’s Satara district for the primary time after turning into chief minister.
In a daring transfer that introduced down the federal government headed by Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, Shinde and different Shiv Sena MLAs supporting him left Maharashtra within the third week of June and camped in Guwahati for nearly ten days.
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Referring to the episode, Shinde mentioned he was not nervous for himself, however was conscious that he had the accountability of fifty MLAs.
“Until the final second everybody was retaining the fingers crossed. Had there been any sabotage, we might have been martyred,” the chief minister mentioned.
Talking on the identical program, he assured that the problems associated to the rehabilitation of the individuals affected by the Koyna dam challenge might be resolved on a “war-footing”.
The Dare village, the place Shinde did his main education earlier than shifting to Thane, is among the many ones affected by the Koyna irrigation and hydroelectric challenge, constructed within the Nineteen Sixties.
Selections may also be taken to enhance the connectivity between western Maharashtra and Konkan, the chief minister mentioned.