Shiv Sena-Congress and NCP are in power in Maharashtra. There are some differences coming between these parties everyday. Due to which, the future of the government in the state is being fiercely discussed. The statements of politicians constantly give rise to these discussions. Now in the central government, Minister Ramdas Athawale has given a similar statement.
“There is no advantage in staying with Shiv Sena”- Ramdas Athawale
Ramdas Athawale has said that the Shiv Sena should again form an alliance with the BJP. He further added, “Shiv Sena should again join hands with BJP. If Shiv Sena doesn’t come with us, I appeal to (NCP chief) Sharad Pawar to join NDA for development for the state. He may get a big post in the future. There is no advantage in staying with Shiv Sena”
After the exit of Shiv Sena and SAD, what is left in the NDA?
After the Shiromani Akali Dal’s exit from the ruling National Democratic Alliance at the Center in protest against the agricultural bills, the Shiv Sena on Monday wondered if the NDA still really existed. He also questioned who else is left in it now. The editorial of the Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ said that it was strange that the Akali Dal, the ‘last pillar’ of the NDA, was not prevented from withdrawing from the alliance.
“When Badal (from the NDA) withdrew, there was no attempt to stop him. Earlier the Shiv Sena also withdrew from the NDA. What is left in the NDA after these two withdrawals? Those still in the alliance”, the editorial said, does they have anything to do with Hindutva? “The editorial said,” Punjab and Maharashtra represent valor and SAD and Shiv Sena are the faces of this bravery. ”
The editorial states, “Now that some have called this alliance ‘Ram-Ram’ (goodbye) and hence there is no more Ram left in the NDA which has lost its two lions (Shiv Sena and SAD).” The Akali Dal broke ties with the NDA on Saturday in protest against the passage of agricultural bills in Parliament. The Akali Dal is the third major constituent to break the alliance with the NDA in recent times after the Shiv Sena and the Telugu Desam Party.