'What kind of good fortune is this?' Uddhav faction questioned PM Modi's visit
'What kind of good fortune is this?' Uddhav faction questioned PM Modi's visit

Mumbai: Today (January 19) PM Narendra Modi will be on a Mumbai tour. Here the PM will lay the foundation stone and inaugurate development projects worth Rs 38,800 crore. Along with this, a road show of Prime Minister Modi is also proposed in Mumbai. Posters have been put up across Mumbai city to welcome Prime Minister Modi. Shiv Sena's Uddhav faction has welcomed the PM in the mouthpiece Saamana, but at the same time has also taken a jibe at the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Saamana wrote in its editorial, "The Prime Minister is welcome, but it is also a question that since when BJP started worrying about the future and fate of Mumbai. It has been propagated that the PM will come and transform Mumbai. The Center has continued this metamorphosis by downplaying its economic and industrial importance. Projects worth 2.25 lakh crores were hijacked from Maharashtra. This is an economic blow to Mumbai."

It was further asked in Saamana that it is being said that Mumbai's fate is going to change. The morsel was snatched from the sass of lakhs of unemployed people of Maharashtra by withdrawing the project worth lakhs of crores. Should this be called the good fate of Mumbai-Maharashtra? The good fortune of Mumbai began with the demolition of the university wall. A hammer is being used on an important structure in Mumbai. Although our PM is welcome. Taking a dig at the posters put up during the PM's visit, Saamana compared the Shinde faction to a frog. Saamana wrote, To welcome the Prime Minister, the BJP hoisted flags all over Mumbai. The Shinde faction also tried to show its existence in this but BJP has swallowed this faction. Like a crocodile swallowing a frog. In Saamana, the Shinde faction has been questioned that the cutouts of BJP leaders are bigger than Balasaheb. Why is Shinde, who calls themselves Balasahebanchi Shiv Sena, silent on this?

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