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"Uddhav Thackeray Claps Back at Modi's Congress Jibe: Demands Answers on PM's Silence"

  • Posted on May 2, 2023
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During a political rally in Mumbai, Uddhav Thackeray of the Maha Vikas Aghadi criticized the prime minister and his party for using abusive language towards him and Aaditya . He questioned why the prime minister was not taking action to stop the abusive language used by members of his party. Thackeray also expressed his intention to respond to the abusive language with the same intensity. 

Thackeray's comments came in response to PM Modi's claim during the Karnataka election campaign that the Congress had abused him 91 times.

The ex-Chief Minister of Maharashtra accused the abusive language used by a particular group reflects their cultural values. He went on to question the acceptance of such behavior by the RSS and whether they consider the BJP to be a worthy representative of their values.

MVA leaders held a rally in Bandra east on Monday. Pic/Rane Ashish
MVA leaders held a rally in Bandra east on Monday. Pic/Rane Ashish

Thackeray responded to the criticism he received for allying with Congress and NCP by highlighting the double standards of the BJP. He stated that when he joins hands with these parties, the BJP accuses him of abandoning Hindutva, but they conveniently ignore RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's visit to a mosque. Thackeray's point was that the BJP should not apply different standards to different situations and people.

Thackeray plans to visit Barsu on May 6 to meet locals opposing the oil refinery. He stated that no one can stop him from visiting Barsu as it is a part of Maharashtra and not a disputed territory. The former chief minister denied giving orders to fire on protesters in his letter to Modi, where he suggested the site for the refinery.

Villagers protesting against a proposed petrochemical refinery tried to enter the survey site but were met with tear gas and lathi charges from the police. Some villagers were injured. Over 200 who managed to enter the site were arrested on various charges, including assault and unlawful assembly. Most of the detainees were women.

Thackeray strongly criticized the government's decision to move major projects away from Maharashtra and warned that he will take severe action against anyone who attempts to separate Mumbai from the state. 

He expressed his anger over the allocation of funds towards the construction of a bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, stating that he doesn't see the practicality of the project as he doesn't know how many people would use it. 

Additionally, Thackeray accused the government of taking bribes for the project. He further mentioned that all the projects are being shifted to other states, leaving Maharashtra neglected. 

The individual in question has issued a challenge to Union Minister Amit Shah, stating that he will suffer a loss in both the upcoming Mumbai and Maharashtra elections. He also daringly suggested that if Mr. Shah is brave enough, he should send the ED (Enforcement Directorate) to the residence of the Chinese President, whose country has seized a considerable portion of India's land.

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to meet PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to meet PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday

In a satirical tone, the individual proposed that the life story of industrialist Gautam Adani should be integrated into the school curriculum so that the people of India can learn the techniques to become wealthy like him.

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