Maharashtra: There is always a verbal war between the ruling Shiv Sena and the BJP in Maharashtra. In this sequence, recently through its mouthpiece 'Saamana', Shiv Sena targeted the BJP on the issue of not calling the winter session of Parliament. It was said in 'Saamana' that there should be no session of Parliament, how many rubber stamps were killed on this proposal? It had been revealed, the name of the killers of parliamentary democracy would have been known to the world. Before this, BJP had accused the Uddhav Thackeray government of ending the session of Maharashtra Assembly soon, in response to this, an article was published in 'Saamana' today. It is written in 'Saamana', 'Their role in the context of democracy varies according to convenience and state'.
The BJP had alleged earlier, 'This session is short. What will happen in just two days? What issues will be resolved? The government should have extended the deadline for the session, but fearing opposition (BJP), the Maharashtra government ended the session early. '
An article has been published in response to all these allegations. In that article it is written, 'The Central Government has announced that due to Covid-19, there will be no winter session of Parliament in Delhi. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi says that discussions have been held with all the parties not to do the winter session. After all, when, where and where did this discussion take place? Who joined that discussion? How many rubber stamps were killed on the proposal that Parliament should not be held? Had it been revealed, the world would have known the killers of parliamentary democracy. Chinese soldiers have entered Ladakh, the country's economy is falling, but the opposition is not getting a chance to ask such questions. For this, the session of Parliament has been banned. This is the democracy of the Mahasatta; We locked in the highest temple of democracy! In this way, the Shiv Sena has once again responded to the BJP.