The Shiv Sena on Wednesday mentioned
the party-led coalition government in Maharashtra was firmly in the saddle and there was no scope for a November 2019-like “early morning experiment” in the following 4 years.
The Sena, in an editorial in get together mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, additionally sought to minimize final week’s assembly between its senior chief Sanjay Raut and former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis of the BJP in a lodge right here.
Taking a dig at Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrakant Patil for his “one fine morning something will happen” comment, it mentioned the early morning alarm has been faraway from the clock and everyone seems to be in “jaagte raho” (alert) mode.
“The BJP tried an early morning experiment earlier but it was rectified in 72 hours. There is no early morning political ‘mahurat’ in the next four-and-a-half years,” the Sena publication mentioned in sarcastic remarks.
The former BJP ally was apparently referring to final 12 months’s hush-hush early morning ceremony on the Raj Bhavan the place Fadnavis was sworn in because the chief minister with NCP chief Ajit Pawar as his deputy.
After the four-day-old Fadnavis government collapsed, the Shiv Sena, which had snapped ties with the BJP over the difficulty of sharing the chief ministerial put up, fashioned the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government with ideological rivals NCP and the Congress as its companions.
The editorial mentioned the Raut-Fadnavis meet was not a secret affair and each the leaders have already clarified the rationale for his or her assembly.
Raut, the Sena’s chief spokesman, can be the manager editor of ‘Saamana’.
“The assembly was not held secretly. The Shiv Sena has no Gupteshwar (Pandey) in its ranks,” it mentioned, alluding to the primary title of the previous Bihar DGP who not too long ago joined the JD (U) after taking voluntary retirement from service.
“If the BJP has put its early morning alarm, they need to be relaxation assured that the clock (NCP image) is ticking quick and won’t make any mistake.
“The clock is firmly on the hand (Congress symbol) and the early morning alarm has been removed from the clock,” it mentioned, ruling out any misstep by the Sena’s allies.
“Ajit Pawar has now put a wall clock and not an alarm clock. The pendulum moves continuously and every one is in ‘jaagteraho’ mode,” it mentioned.
Referring to the farmers’ unrest and the COVID-19 state of affairs in the nation, the Sena mentioned there could be early morning discussions on these points among the many government and opposition events.
“When the country is faced with serious issues, the atmosphere shouldn’t be polluted with politicking,” the editorial mentioned.
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