Uddhav Thackeray, on Sunday, poked sharply at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his visit at Gujarat. According to him, how come just before the polls, the Prime Minister suddenly thought of his school and about his birth place Vadnagar?
For those who don’t know, last Sunday, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conducting his Nanded Civic Election Campaign, but the same was not accepted by Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray. Thus, he raised many questions on the same.
Mr. Uddhav also informed that these days, people are cracking a joke saying – “Modi will soon visit India”, and this clearly signifies his regular foreign trips. He also asked the BJP government to resign from the Maharashtra government as they are unable to govern the state smoothly.
Shiv Sena is also an active party of the Centre, but the present relationship between them is not good. In fact, Mr. Uddhav has challenged Modi government to resign and face polls again.
Shiv Sena’s Chief also mentioned in his speech that because of his party, BJP got votes. Talking about GST, he said, “Arrogant rulers become helpless before the people and took a wrong decision unlike Congress government.”
After becoming the PM, this was Modi’s first visit to native town Vadnagar. Replying to his opponent, Modi said, “I have the blessings of Bhole Baba, so people who are speaking against me since 2001, cannot affect me at all.”
Modi offered prayers at the ancient Hatkeshwar Mahadev temple at Vadnagar and said, “Lord Shiva has given him enough strength to tackle and digest poison that my opposition parties are throwing towards me.”
On the same occasion, he gave a speech for about 30 minutes and did not mention Congress’ name but indirectly addressed them as “anti-development”.