Shiv Sena Leader Abdul Sattar Resigns as Minister

Abdul Sattar may be the reason for his resignation to the post of Deputy Chairman of Zilla Parishad in Aurangabad
Shiv Sena Leader Abdul Sattar Resigns as Minister

It is not taking the name of the ongoing turmoil in the politics of Maharashtra. Not only NCP-Congress for the post of minister, resentment among Shiv Sena MLAs is also coming to the fore. Abdul Sattar, who became Shiv Sena quota minister, resigned from his post just five days after the Uddhav Thackeray government's cabinet expansion. However, it has not been officially announced and son Sameer Sattar has also denied any information.

Regarding the report of Shiv Sena's resignation as Minister of Abdul Sattar, he said that there are no differences in the cabinet. If some ministers resign, the resignation is usually sent to the CM or the Raj Bhavan, but there is no information about both.

It is being told that in Aurangabad, the post of Deputy Chairman of the District Council has been given to the Congress, so they have resigned. However, the resignation of Abdul Sattar has not been approved yet.

Abdul Sattar may be the reason for his resignation to the post of Deputy Chairman of Zilla Parishad in Aurangabad, but according to reports, Abdul Sattar has been inducted as Minister of State. However, he demanded that he should be included in the cabinet. By the way, the resignation of Sattar has not yet been officially announced. It has also been heard that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has not accepted the resignation of Sattar. Shiv Sena is busy celebrating Abdul Sattar. It is being said that Uddhav Thackeray will convince him by giving him a favorite ministry.

According to sources in the government of Maharashtra, Abdul Sattar had been angry since the cabinet expansion. He was expected to be given the status of a cabinet minister, but in the absence of this, he resigned from the post of minister. By the way, he has not resigned as an MLA. In such a situation, Abdul Sattar too has left a lot of scope.

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