Uddhav Thackeray excavation in CM: People scared by the rains say 'me punha yein'
MUMBAI: In the middle of a power fight between his party and the BJP in, Shiv Sena The president sneered on Sunday of the passionate statement prior to the prime minister's poll, Me punha yein (I will return), which had evoked numerous social media memes.
When addressing a press conference in the Aurangabad district, Thackeray compared the CM's key phrase with a retired monsoon.
On the last day of the state legislative session before the October 21 Assembly polls, Fadnavis had said he would return to power (as prime minister for another period).
Responding to a question about the state of government formation, Thackeray said: They will soon know if Sena will be in power. But right now, I want help for farmers affected by the rain. The monsoon treatment threatens 'my punha yein' (I will return) as a result of which people are getting scared.
In particular, sharing the position of the prime minister is the point of discussion between the Seine and the BJP, which is delaying the formation of the government even ten days after the verdict.
Thackeray toured the Aurangabad district to assess crop damage caused by non-seasonal rains.
In addition to Thackeray, Fadnavis also mocked NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal.
Bhujbal compared the CM with the iconic 1975 Bollywood blockbuster Gabbar Singh.
The people of Maharashtra have taught Fadnavis a lesson in surveys. Fadnavis is now like Gabbar Singh who asks Kalia (another character in the movie) 'kitneaadmithe' (how many people there) to which the latter responds 'Sardar sirf ek'. .. Sharad Pawar, told party workers.
During the election campaign, Fadnavis had taken photos in Pawar, whose NCP party was hit by a series of dissensions in the pre-election period.
The BJP won 105 seats in the 288-member Chamber, but lost 17 seats compared to its performance in 2014.
On the other hand, the NCP improved its 2014 survey account by 13 seats to win 54 seats, a feat that the party attributes to Pawar.