Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also expressed happiness that the anti-corona Lokayukta vaccination campaign in the country has crossed the 100 crore dose mark. Let me tell you that this is considered to be a great success in the fight against corona. However, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut is keeping a different mood on the 100 crore dose figure. He has taken a dig at the Modi government at the Centre. Recently, Sanjay Raut said, "The claim of giving 100 crore doses in the country is false. Only 23 crore doses have been given. At the same time, he says that he can prove it by giving evidence.''
Sanjay Raut recently said in a statement, "On the one hand, the Chinese army has entered the Indian border in Ladakh. Hindukillings are taking place daily in Kashmir and a celebration of vaccination is being organized here. No one is speaking on the rising price of petrol and diesel.'' Sanjay Raut is currently on a visit to Nashik and that is where he said all this while talking to reporters. He also claimed that Nashik was and still is the stronghold of Shiv Sena. Shiv Sena will come to power in Nashik in the upcoming municipal elections. Shiv Sena's figure will go ahead of 100 MLAs in the next assembly elections as well. It is regretted that there is not a single Shiv Sena MLA in Nashik city at present. He further spoke about the future of Shiv Sena.
He said, "The BJP government has been brought down in the state. Now, you have to march towards Delhi. If the Grand Development Front in the country is not able to go through, the Shiv Sena will march directly to Delhi on its own.'' Devendra Fadnavis, Chandrakant Patil and Amit Shah have fallen asleep after going to power in the state. We are getting a night of good sleep by getting them out of power. He further said, "Shiv Sena is contesting the Lok Sabha by-election at Dadra Nagar Haveli. Shiv Sena candidate will definitely win there. Shiv Sena will then contest elections in Gujarat and other states. If Uddhav Thackeray has to lead the country, Shiv Sena MLAs, MPs should grow.''