Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Jadhav resigns after being strangled by NCP

Parbhani: Shiv Sena MP from Parbhani Sanjay Jadhav has resigned (Shivsena MP Sanjay Jadhav resigns). He has sent his resignation to Shiv Sena chief and state chief minister Uddhav Thackeray. He has also sent a letter along with his resignation. In this letter, he has expressed his grief. At the local level in Parbhani, there are differences between NCP and Shiv Sena leaders. Sanjay Jadhav has resigned as an MP, alleging that he is being strangled by the NCP.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Jadhav made great efforts to appoint Shiv Sena’s non-governmental board of directors in Jintur Agricultural Produce Market Committee. However, MP Sanjay Jadhav has expressed the feeling that injustice has been done to Shiv Sainiks due to the re-appointment of NCP’s non-governmental administrative board in the market committee. Despite talking to the Chief Minister from time to time, MP Jadhav is upset that the Shiv Sena’s governing body has not been appointed.

MP Sanjay Jadhav has expressed the sentiment that “we cannot fulfill the wishes of the local Shiv Sainiks, if we cannot give justice to our workers properly, then I have no moral right to remain as an MP”.

What exactly did MP Sanjay Jadhav say in his letter to the Chief Minister?

“I have been following you for the last 8 to 10 months to appoint a Shiv Sena non-governmental board of directors on the Jintur Agricultural Produce Market Committee. But Jintur was first appointed to the non-governmental governing body when he was not a NCP MLA. As a result, Shiv Sena workers became restless. At that time, we will get a chance next time, so somehow our workers came to an understanding and I just sat quietly, ”said Sanjay Jadhav in the letter.

“In the meantime, the Shiv Sena’s governing body should be appointed on the Jintur Agricultural Produce Market Committee at least this time, so I kept following you. However, at the same time, the governing body of the Nationalist Congress Party was appointed. This matter has bothered me a lot and the workers are very upset. If I can’t give justice to Shiv Sena workers during our government, then I don’t think it is a moral right to remain an MP, “said Sanjay Jadhav.

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“After all, I am Balasaheb’s Shiv Sainik. So what is the point of my MPship if the activist does not get the opportunity and justice to go to office? I have no moral right to be an MP. I am of this opinion. If Shiv Sainiks are not getting justice, how will the organization grow? ”, Asked Sanjay Jadhav.

Many office bearers including BJP, Congress, NCP, Zilla Parishad members and corporators in the district are keen to join Shiv Sena. However, if I can’t give justice to the workers of my own party, then what justice can I give by bringing people from other parties in Shiv Sena? I have such a question “, said Sanjay Jadhav in the letter.

As a Member of Parliament, I have been pursuing the appointment of Shiv Sena’s Non-Governmental Administrative Board on Jintur Agricultural Produce Market Committee. This matter is causing me great pain. As an MP, if I do not do justice to the workers, then I have no moral right to remain as an MP. So, with full consideration and pleasure, I am resigning from the post of MP. I will work as a Shiv Sainik. However, this is a request to accept my resignation as an MP, ”said Sanjay Jadhav in a letter to the Chief Minister.