Thackerays don’t lie: Uddhav after Fadnavis says there was no talk of rotating CM

Thackeray's don't lie: Uddhav after Fadnavis says there was no talk of rotating CM
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Thackeray’s don’t lie: Uddhav after Fadnavis says there was no talk of rotating CM

An enormous conflict of phrases has erupted within the Bhartiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena alliance in Maharashtra moments after Devendra Fadnavis resigned as state’s chief minister on Friday, a day forward of the dissolution of Assembly. In a press convention after resigning, Fadnavis stated, ” I never had any discussion on sharing of CM post for 2.5 years,” Fadnavis stated naming Uddhav.

Clearly the Shiv Sena chief was not in a temper to take that allegation mendacity down. “I am shocked, hurt over being labeled as liar,” Uddhav stated as the 2 companions within the earlier authorities fought it out in entrance of the nationwide media. 

“Thackerays don’t lie,” Uddhav stated as he added, “Equal sharing of power was agreed upon in Amit Shah’s presence.” “Sena doesn’t think of BJP as an enemy, but BJP should not make false claims,” he added. 

Earlier, Devendra Fadnavis in his press convention claimed that Uddhav Thackeray did not choose his name. “I share great camaraderie with Uddhav Thackeray. I called Uddhav Thackeray but he didn’t pick up my call,” Devendra Fadnavis stated sharing an perception into what all transpired in run-up to a failed try at authorities formation in Maharashtra. 

Fadnavis in his press convention had additionally blamed the Shiv Sena for focusing on senior BJP leaders together with PM Modi and Amit Shah. The level was later clarified by the Sena chief as he stated, “I did not attack Modi but criticized the NDA government from time to time over policies.”

However, Uddhave was extra attacking when it got here to Devendra Fadnavis. 

“[I] Watched `caretaker’ CM’s media briefing and felt concerned,” Uddhav Thackeray stated. 

Uddhav made it clear that he would fulfill the promise made to his father, late Sena founder Bal Thackeray, to put in a Shiv Sena chief minister within the state, and doesn’t want Devendra Fadnavis or Shah for this.

“There was an attempt to finish off Shiv Sena with sweet talk,” he stated. 

Maharashtra Assembly Election outcomes had been declared on October 24. The BJP-Shiv Sena since then has had a sequence of talks however failed to achieve consensus. Earlier within the day, NCP Chief Sharad Pawar additionally made it clear that his celebration would sit in Opposition and respect the mandate. 

With no decision in sight to the Maharashtra political impasse, the state appears to be heading to a President’s rule. 



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