Uddhav Thackeray Attacks BJP In His First Dussehra Rally As CM
As the Maharashtra CM completes a year in office, he challenged the BJP to topple his state government if they had the guts to do so
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray made a thunderous speech during his first Dussehra rally at the Savarkar Hall in Dadar on Sunday (25 October). From calling out the central government for their mismanagement of Coronavirus, to allegations against his son in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, the CM did not hold back.
He said that as he completes a year in office, the opposition has constantly alleged that the Maharashtra government will topple sooner or later. Thackeray challenged the BJP to bring his administration down. While not taking any names directly, the Shiv Sena leader made his dissent against the Narendra Modi government very clear.
The politician criticized the BJP devised Goods and Services Taxes (GST), terming it as a failure that must be acknowledged by those who imposed it. Accusing the BJP of concentrating more on showing other political parties down, the chief minister openly advised his opponents to manage the pandemic situation better.
On the recent Vishva Hindu Parishad protests against him for delaying the opening of the state temples, Thackerey said that his Hindutva should not be compared to the BJP’s idea of Hindutva.
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