“Everyone wants to end the politics of revenge, subservience and playing dirty tricks,” Sanjay Raut mentioned.
Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut on Sunday hit out at Maharashtra’s caretaker chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and accused him of enjoying politics of concern whereas making a reference to German dictator Adolf Hitler within the backdop of logjam over authorities formation within the state.
Without naming Devendra Fadnavis, Sanjay Raut, in a recent assault on the BJP chief amid the continued confrontation between the saffron allies, mentioned, “When ways of threatening and seeking political support don’t work, it is time to accept that Hitler is dead and the looming clouds of slavery have disappeared.”
In his column ”Rokhthok” in Sena mouthpiece ”Saamana”, he mentioned Devendra Fadnavis, regardless of being blessed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to turn into chief minister for the second time, has not been capable of assume the highest publish in Maharashtra.
“He could not take oath because BJP chief Amit Shah has remained aloof from developments in the state,” Sanjay Raut mentioned.
In the October 21 polls, the BJP gained 105 seats whereas ally Sena gained 56 seats. The majority mark within the 288-member state Assembly is 145.
However, for the reason that ballot outcomes have been introduced on October 24, each the events have been bickering over the chief minister’s publish, leading to a stalemate over authorities formation.
Sanjay Raut mentioned even 15 days after the outcomes have been introduced, Devendra Fadnavis couldn’t take oath because the chief minister.
“The BJP’s biggest ally Shiv Sena not ready to speak to the outgoing chief minister is the biggest defeat (of the BJP). This time, Sena president Uddhav Thackeray will decide the next chief minister of Maharashtra,” he mentioned.
NCP president Sharad Pawar and lots of Congress leaders have communicated to their get together chief Sonia Gandhi that their precedence is to have a “non-BJP” chief minister within the state, the Rajya Sabha member mentioned within the Marathi publication.
“Everyone wants to end the politics of revenge, subservience and playing dirty tricks,” Sanjay Raut mentioned. “Those who used to threaten others with their power are now scared,” he mentioned in remarks laced with sarcasm.
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