Sena refutes report of moving MLA’s to 5-star hotel amid row with BJP


Delhi: Shiv Sena MLAs are committed to the party and do not need sequestering to keep them from defecting, Sena MP Sanjay Raut said today, rubbishing reports. “No party will break in Maharashtra,” he asserted. “Our MLAs are firm in their resolve and committed to the party. Those who are spreading such rumours should worry about their MLAs first,” Sanjay Raut told reporters, adding, “No one can dare to come near Shiv Sena MLAs.” Despite the denial on record, sources have told that arrangements have been made to shift Shiv Sena MLAs to a five-star hotel in Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, just a few minutes away from Matoshree, party chief Uddhav Thackeray’s home. The MLAs will be moved to the hotel depending on Mr Thackeray’s decision after a meeting he has called at Matoshree. “Uddhav ji will discuss the Shiv Sena’s policies with his MLAs and give them guidance,” Mr Raut said.