Maharashtra Politics / Uddhav Thackeray called CM Shinde 'worthless', also attacked PM Narendra Modi

Zoom News : Nov 28, 2023, 05:27 PM
Maharashtra Politics: Uddhav Thackeray held a press conference at his residence Matoshree today. During the press conference, Uddhav Thackeray lashed out at Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Even Uddhav Thackeray called CM Shinde worthless. Thackeray said that the leader who leaves his state and goes to another state is worthless. Thackeray further said that due to unseasonal rains in Maharashtra, crops have been ruined, about 100 cattle have died, but instead of providing help to the farmers, the Chief Minister is roaming in other states. CM is leaving his own house and roaming in other states. Today CM is in Telangana.. what will he say after going there.. how he went to Guwahati, Surat.

"Where is one full and two halves of Maharashtra?"

Taking aim at the government, he said where is one full and two half of Maharashtra. Where is the person who had dengue? I don't know in which state the other Deputy Chief Minister is? Farmers are not getting crop insurance. The people of Delhi are trying to save the chair. Where is the CM who calls himself a farmer's son? BJP is distributing money in the election going state. There they are talking about giving the cylinder for Rs 450. Why are BJP people not visible in Maharashtra?

PM Modi also targeted

Thackeray also targeted PM Modi and said that the PM has time to watch the final match, but does not have time to go to Manipur. Vishwaguru himself has gone to Telangana, so what is our CM doing there. Hold an immediate cabinet meeting today and announce help. The information that is coming out so far is that due to unseasonal rains, 6 people have died, while 100 animals have died.

"Such a man is not fit to run a state."

Thackeray further said, "When the farmers of Maharashtra are in trouble, the man who does not worry about his state and carelessly goes to another state to campaign for another party. Such a man is not fit to run the state, he is worthless. Man has no right to remain in power."