Mumbai: Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has written in his weekly column about the meeting between PM Modi and CM Uddhav Thackeray. In fact, he has made a new revelation, clarifying his stand on the speculations that are taking place after the two met.
At the same time, Maharashtra BJP leaders have also been taken aback. In fact, Sanjay Raut has written in his weekly column, "What is wrong with the Chief Minister meeting the Prime Minister on the problems of the State? But later, due to separate discussions between the two leaders, many people have lost their happy faces. It is important that Modi-Thackeray met without any mediation. When the Government was being formed in Maharashtra under the leadership of Chief Minister Thackeray, Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah did not make any attempt to disrupt it. The BJP leaders of Maharashtra could never understand the meaning of this."
He also wrote in the column, "It is claimed that after two and a half years, the ncp's candidature for the chief minister's post will be contested by the NCP and the controversy will spark a controversy in Mahavikas Aghadi. The controversy will accelerate new political developments in the state. There is no truth in such claims. At the same time, he further wrote, "Shiv Sena has been promised the chief minister's post for 'five' years. The outcome of the Modi-Thackeray meeting should prove to be a worry about the future rather than the present.''