Mumbai, February 19: Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday took a jibe at former Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, saying those who claimed that his party (Shiv Sena) suffered a lot in its 25-year alliance with the BJP, have attacked the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). ) And after joining hands with Congress, he saw his party getting destroyed in two and a half years.
Fadnavis' statement came after Uddhav claimed that the Shiv Sena had suffered a lot during its 25-year alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Addressing a Vijay Sankalp rally in Kolhapur in the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Fadnavis said the 'traitors' were taught a lesson and were shown their place six months back. Maharashtra: Amit Shah wants to win all 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, gave victory mantra to BJP workers
He probably said this while pointing to the division of Shiv Sena into two factions. The Uddhav Thackeray-led Mahavikas Aghadi government in the state fell after a rebellion in the Shiv Sena.
Taking a jibe at Uddhav, Fadnavis said, "Those who said that his party suffered a lot during its 25-year alliance with the BJP, have now seen that in two-and-a-half years after joining hands with the NCP and Congress They just finished. They came on the road.
The Deputy Chief Minister said, "Shiv Sena cannot be an asset." He made this comment after Uddhav repeatedly said that Shiv Sena was founded by his father, the late Bal Thackeray.
Fadnavis said, "One can inherit property but not ideas."
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