Shiv Sena Advocates Mid Term Polls in Maharashtra

February 14, 2017 17:23
Shiv Sena Advocates Mid Term Polls in Maharashtra

Amidst continuing bitter relationship between the friend turned foes, BJP and Shiv Sena, the later’s chief pokes the former with a suggestion of mid term polls. Claiming that Shiv Sena ministers are just waiting for their chief Uddhav Thackeray's direction to submit their resignations from the Maharashtra government, a party spokesperson said that people are "unhappy" with the BJP rule and are ready for mid-term polls.

"The Sena is unhappy with the style of functioning of the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and the way he conducts himself. The BJP today is left with no ammunition but to claim that BMC has opaque functioning. If their claims were true, why did they remain in power with us? Did they want to enjoy benefits of power?" Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayande asked.

“If our ministers do not have a say in the Cabinet, they (the BJP) do not make Cabinet meetings transparent and do not change their arrogant style of functioning, all Sena ministers are ready to quit and are only waiting for Uddhavji's direction," she said.

"Not only the Sena, but even the people are fed up with the BJP as they have seen through their fake claims, announcements, attempts to malign us, at the same time induct tainted leaders and people are ready for mid-term polls. No Sena minister will hesitate to pull out once Uddhavji directs," she said.

"Hence the CM has now resorted to using shameful language against Uddhavji," Kayande said, referring to Fadnavis' dig at Thackeray, asking him if he was "adversely affected" by the note ban decision.

"Shiv Sena doesn't have guts to quit the government. (However) if it does, the NCP will not support any party and will demand fresh polls," party spokesman Nawab Malik said.

By Premji

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