I will give political medicine to those who are suffering from stomach ache after losing power, Uddhav Thackeray lashed out at the opponents without taking names, said – Hindutva is not a company.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has targeted his opponents without naming them. Uddhav Thackeray said that ‘Shiv Sena has emerged stronger than ever before. Some people are suffering from stomach ache after losing power. I cannot give them medicine but I will give them political medicine. Taking a jibe at the opponents, the Maharashtra CM further said that ‘Hindutva is not a company, about which he says that Shiv Sena has left it and formed government in alliance with Congress and NCP. Hindutva comes from the heart. Some people want to know how long this government will go. We will see that, but at this time we have to work for the poor.
Maharashtra CM further said that some people allege that I do not come out of the house. If I am doing so much work sitting at home, imagine what will happen if I step out of the house. Reacting to the recent clash between Shiv Sena and BJP workers, the Shiv Sena leader said that ‘Balasaheb has said that if someone hits you then you should answer. This statement has become quite viral for the last few days. We know why it has gone viral.
A few days ago, Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole had said that the Congress would single-handedly play its part in the future elections. On this, without naming the Congress leader, Shiv Sena Chief said that Shiv Sena also has the right to contest elections alone. The CM said that ‘some people are talking about going alone. I also say that we too can go alone. Everyone has a right to do so. Fighting alone should not be limited to elections alone.
Speaking on the party’s 55th foundation day, Uddhav Thackeray said that we have a federal structure. The federal structure will come under pressure whenever regional pride is in danger. West Bengal is an example of this. There were all kinds of attacks in Bengal before the election, but all stood together for Bengali pride. Bengal has told how regional pride is protected.