Sindhudurg : Just because a tiger is called a cheetah does not make a tiger a cheetah, a tiger belongs to a tiger. Maharashtra. Uddhav Thackeray had criticized the Centre’s move to bring pyres from Namibia. Deepak Kesarkar replied to him.
State Minister Deepak Kesarkar taunted Uddhav Thackeray that those who are still left who are far away from Balasaheb’s thoughts, do not have the courage to leave the Congress-Nationalists. < br />
Deepak Kesarkar said that, "Congress, NCP were trying to hijack Balasaheb’s Shiv Sena, we foiled that attempt. To keep Balasaheb’s thought alive, we staged an uprising and it was successful. We want to keep Balasaheb’s thoughts, customs and traditions alive. Whatever needs to be done will be done under the leadership of Eknath Shinde."
We are going to loot the gold of Balasaheb’s thoughts at the Dussehra gathering. Many people think Indian culture is inferior. But how do they operate in power politics? Deepak Kesarkar also asked this question to Uddhav Thackeray.
While criticizing Uddhav Thackeray, Deepak Kesarkar said that when Uddhav Thackeray was the Chief Minister, Aurangabad was to be renamed Sambhajinagar. At that time many people in the cabinet had staked the cabinet. But we falsely advertised that we had changed our name. We had to take that resolution again. So now politics is enough, let’s do development work.
Deepak Kesarkar said that, "The topic of stopping homework has not been finalized yet. This decision was taken to stop homework only for the overall development of the students. It was decided to stop homework as the students were not getting enough sleep."
He also expressed the belief that the Shinde group and BJP alliance in the state elections will once again see the picture of 2019, and that it will not be without blowing the grain of the opposition.
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