BJP never promised CM post for Shiv Sena
MUMBAI, Shiv Sena : Union Home Minister Amit Shah slammed Shiv Sena and denied that he had promised Shiv Sena leader Uddahav Thackery that CM post would be rotational after 2019 elections.
Addressing a gathering at Malvan, Minister Amit Shah asserted that he never made such promises to them. He further added that he never promised in a closed room but he used to promise in public meetings with a louder voice.
Amit Shah inaugurated a 150-seat medical college constructed by former minister Narayan Rane. He criticised Shiv Sena for gaining the power in the state by short-shifting Bala Thackery‘s principles.
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Shiv Sena-led government was practicing politics of vendetta against the BJP and said that if the BJP had done the same when the Devendra Fadnavis government was in power, its political rivals would not have existed as a party today.
Shah was in Sindhudurg on Sunday where he addressed a rally after inaugurating a medical college.
Shah said the BJP leaders owning sugar co-operatives were being targeted by the Shiv Sena-led government in a deliberate manner. “The chief minister is busy targetting sugar co-operatives run by our people. I want to tell the Maharashtra government that the co-operative sector is of huge benefit to the farmers and not to politicise it. You think by targetting our workers in this co operative sector you will scare our workers, ” questioned Shah. However, we will not do the things that you are doing.”
Shah called the Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress led government as a three-wheeled auto-rickshaw that is being pulled in all directions.