Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray said that it was a mistake that his party started to mix both religions along with side politics. He reiterated that “Now he came to know that politics was a big gamble.” He also talked about his three-party Maha Vikas Aghadi government as his wealth. We three joined hands and come together by hearts though there are three parties.
This is the “Auto Rickshaw wala” government, he said, and not “Bullet train wala.” Thackeray was issuing the statement at the lower house in winter session while addressing the Governor on Thursday morning.
While BJP started accusing and alledging him for his non-performance yet, he referred BJP to be a “Stagiti Sarkar” (one who stays everything, he took a jibe at all the stalled projects BJP hadn’t worked on it till today) Thackeray also said and reiterated that all stays will be lifted soon after clarifying all doubts and errors. He assured that the developmental pattern of the state won’t be hampered at all.
Maharashtra CM Thackeray even slammed their beloved ally BJP over not keeping its word of implementing 50-50 formula as decided by both the parties at last Lok Sabha polls. “People of Maharashtra will definitely decide our fate if we have had denied the people’s mandate after the assembly polls”, he said.
Thackeray also described Karnataka to be the occupier of Maharashtra’s land Belgaum and appealed to the opposition BJP members to meet the Union government to put Maharashtra government’s views, if not for anything but for the Maharashtrian people.
Former allies of BJP, Shivsena have come at the forefront of standing against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). Uddhave Thackarey recently even had a suspicion about the CAA as a whole. And has questioned the govt. continuously whether it will be implemented or not. He states this bill to be anti-Hindu as the Govt hasn’t announced any provisions regarding How rehabilitation of persecuted Hindus will be done.