Shiv Sena has become pseudo-secular, says Farnabis quoting Urdu calendar

On April 8, Fadnavis condemned the protest of MSRTC workers outside the house of NCP chief Sharad Pawar but also attacked some party leaders for blaming the BJP for the incident.

He was speaking to reporters during the campaign for the April 12 Kolapur North Assembly by-election.

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  • Latest version:April 10, 2022, 4:58 PM IST
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The ruling Shiv Sena has become “pseudo-secular” as an activist of the party printed a calendar in Urdu where founder Bal Thackeray was addressed as “Janab”, Maharashtra BJP leader Devendra Fardnavis said on Sunday. He was speaking to reporters during the campaign for the April 12 Kolapur North Assembly by-election.

“Shiv Sena has become pseudo-secular. However, we are not against any religion or their beliefs, “the former chief minister claimed.

“Every party has idiots who make statements. The BJP will attack from the front, not like this, if it has to. Since the media knew about the attack and not the police, some ruling parties are trying to divert attention by blaming the BJP, ā€¯Farnabis said. He said the BJP would win the Kolhapur North by-election because the party was relying on its chemistry with the people. Votes are more than math.

He accused the MVA of being a “terrorist” in northern Maharashtra and thinks the region has become like West Bengal, a state that has seen a spate of recent political violence, with several people being burnt to death in Birbhum. The former chief minister welcomed wrestler and Kolhapur resident Prithviraj Patil to win the ‘Maharashtra Keshari’ tournament and said his team would pay Rs 5 lakh for training the latter. Shiva he

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