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As soon as Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray arrived to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the round of rhetoric started. There were also speculations about the coalition government of Maharashtra. This phase was not over yet that Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut’s statement added to the atmosphere. Sanjay Raut said that Modi is the top leader in the country.
Amidst this statement, NCP chief Sharad Pawar, an ally in the Maharashtra government, said that the coalition government of Maharashtra will complete its five years. Reminding people of Balasaheb Thackeray’s promise, he said that Shiv Sena does not keep promises. Now why a thousand things on 100 minutes meeting, 3 reasons…
1. Modi-Uddhav met, if questions were raised, Uddhav counted the old relationship in clarification
On 7th June, Prime Minister Modi made the biggest announcement… Vaccination of 18 plus people will be free. Just a day after this, on June 8, Uddhav went to Delhi. Met Modi and discussed for about 100 minutes. Along with Deputy CM Ajit Pawar and Minister Ashok Chavan were also there, but Uddhav-Modi met in a closed room.
Now when questions were raised, Uddhav’s answer further heated up the atmosphere of discussions. He said- ‘Even though we are not together politically, but it does not mean that our relationship is over. I had gone to meet Nawaz Sharif only a few times, who would have met secretly. What is wrong if I meet him personally?’
2. Raut described Modi as the top leader, so it seemed that old relations were catching heat again
Regarding leadership, Sanjay Raut said on Thursday, ‘I believe that Narendra Modi is the top leader in the country and he is also the leader in the Bharatiya Janata Party. No one can deny the fact that whatever success the BJP has achieved in the last 7 years is because of Narendra Modi.
However, with this statement on the BJP’s defeat in the assembly elections, Raut said – Modi should not be involved in such election campaign, as he is now the leader of the country.
3. Sharad Pawar reminds Balasaheb to Shiv Sena, hints not to leave
Amidst political rhetoric and Uddhav-Modi meeting, Sharad Pawar said that Maharashtra’s coalition government will run for 5 years. He said that Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress will fight the assembly elections together in the next ie 2024 elections also and our performance will be good. He said Shiv Sena is such a party which can be trusted. Balasaheb also kept his promise to Indira Gandhi.
Pawar said that we never thought that we would form the government with Shiv Sena, because we had never worked together. But, all the three parties have done a good job together during the pandemic.