Shiv Sena warns Devendra Fadnavis, will be sent home if he keeps slamming us
In a BJP rally on Saturday, Fadnavis hit out at Shiv Sena. While Shiv Sena retaliated that the work done by the party in the metropolis is the mantra for its victory and that it does not need �goons and extortionists� to win elections.
Amidst the ongoing conflicts between Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party, Shiv Sena today warned Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will be “sent home” if he continues to slam against the party in the run-up to Maharashtra local body polls.
“They (BJP leaders) have been talking about building a Ram Temple for the last 28 years and duping people in the name of Uniform Civil Code. Now, they intend to give Mumbai into the hands of rich people…. if the CM continues to level low-grade charges against the Shiv Sena, for time being it has left him only with a sore throat but tomorrow he will be sent home,” Shiv Sena remarked in an editorial in the party mouthpiece Saamana.
In a BJP rally on Saturday, Fadnavis hit out at Shiv Sena. While Shiv Sena retaliated that the work done by the party in the metropolis is the mantra for its victory and that it does not need “goons and extortionists” to win elections.
“In states like UP and Goa, Fadnavis’s party has opened a special window to induct goons and criminals. In Maharashtra, they have wide-opened doors to induce such people. Show a certificate that you are a rapist, murderer, corrupt and gain entry into the party. This is the package being offered by them,” the Sena retaliated.