Mumbai. The Shiv Sena on Monday lashed out at the BJP, saying that those who did not honor their 25-year-old friendship with the Uddhav Thackeray-led party also gave NCP leader Ajit Pawar (Ajit Pawar) a- Will leave you one day.
Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ editorial also targeted Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar. It says that the rebellion leaders have failed and this will be proved in the next few days. There is sarcasm that Devendra Fadnavis took the oath of chief minister like a thief.
The party said that Ajit Pawar shows the signed letters stolen from the party office to the governor and the governor swears to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar, believing those papers. This is the culmination of hera-pheri. We should not insult this institution by using a word like shamelessness.
It said that ‘Ajit will send Pawar to the mill to grind the mill’, saying that the devotees are shouting ‘Fadnavis, Ajit Pawar go ahead’.
In a rapid development in Maharashtra, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office to Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister to Fadnavis and Pawar at Raj Bhavan here at 8 am on Saturday.
The BJP and Shiv Sena contested the assembly elections together, but the two-and-a-half-decade-old relationship between the two parties was severed on the issue of sharing the chief minister’s post.
The editorial alleged that the BJP lured the NCP leader and then the two together betrayed the entire state. It said, those who did not respect the 25-year-old friendship with the Shiv Sena will one day show Ajit Pawar the way out.
It was written in the editorial that those who believe that power is omnipotent, this is the last stop of their journey. The people of the state (to see it) just have to wait for some time.
The editorial said that the political instability that is presently in Maharashtra is due to BJP, due to their professional instinct and the art of trapping. First they lost a friend like Shiv Sena and now they are committing crimes in the dark of night like a vicious thief. The Shiv Sena said that now getting BJP a majority means milking a buffalo. (Language)