Sanjay Raut: Think what will happen when our time comes? Uddhav Thackeray furious at BJP after Sanjay Raut’s arrest

Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray met the family members of party leader Sanjay Raut in suburban Mumbai on Monday. After that he held a press conference and targeted the BJP fiercely. Uddhav said that today’s politics is going on with force. The people of Maharashtra will take the decision. The speaker always changes. When our time comes, think what will happen? Those who spoke in protest are being sent to jail. Democracy is nowhere to be seen. Politics is called chess but intelligence is used in chess. Here force is being used. He also said that when the good days will come, I do not know but the bad days will definitely come. Worse will happen to you than what you are doing.

Uddhav Thackeray said that those who speak against us will have to be eliminated, with such a mindset politics of vengeance is going on. He said that you (BJP) are using IT, ED. having fun. When World War II was going on, it was being said that Hitler would occupy the whole country. but that did not happen. I am proud of Sanjay Raut.

‘Shiv Sena will not end’

Uddhav said that his thinking is that only his party should remain. All other parties are over. He is going to use the power. If this continues, I want to say that bad days definitely come for such people. What happens to you as you treat others. We are putting our thinking in front of the public. You also come in front and keep it in front of the public. What is ED and IT. All the people who have gone inside us have gone into the air. No matter how many conspiracies, Shiv Sena will not end.

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‘It is not acceptable to be a slave’
Uddhav Thackeray hit the dialogue of Pushpa film, ‘Jhukega nahi’. Sanjay Raut is a real Shiv Sainik. He won’t bow down. Those who bowed down. Uddhav said that it is acceptable to die but I will not become a slave.

‘Eknath Shinde’s government will fall’

Former Maharashtra minister and Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray on Monday said betrayal is never tolerated in the state, so the Eknath Shinde-led government will surely fall. Addressing Shiv Sena workers during a four-day visit to the Konkan region, he said the Shinde government’s focus was on dirty politics and not on the welfare of the people.

Attacking the Shinde government, Aditya, son of former Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, said, “This whole political drama will go on for a month and a half.” The government will surely fall. Maharashtra does not tolerate betrayal. He said the state received torrential rains and floods, but the government was not worried.

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