- Shiv Sena has addressed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s quietness over killing eight individuals in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri.
- The Sena hit out at the state government for fixing the Lakhimpur Kheri area’s lines to keep resistance pioneers from going there.
Maharashtra’s decision to Shiv Sena has addressed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s quietness over the killing of eight individuals in the viciousness that emitted during a rancher fight in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri.
In an article in its mouthpiece Saamana, the Sena considered Modi an “extremely delicate and passionate individual” and added it is “amazing” that he has not sympathised with the groups of individuals killed.
“There have been many events where the Prime Minister was seen getting enthusiastic over the issues of poor people. But, astonishingly, the touchy Modi has not communicated sympathies to groups of the ranchers who were squashed to death…”
The Sena hit out at the state government for fixing the Lakhimpur Kheri area’s lines to keep resistance pioneers from going there. It added had the India-China borders been fixed in Ladakh along these lines, there would not have been an invasion by the Chinese soldiers.
Shiv Sena pioneer Sanjay Raut brought the improvements in the most recent two days an “undeclared crisis”, enquiring why the UP government is terrified of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other resistance pioneers.
They needed to meet the groups of the dead ranchers. “The way where Priyanka Gandhi, the granddaughter of Indira Gandhi, was captured and mistreated is dishonourable.
You might have contrasted with the Congress, yet Indira Gandhi gave the greatest penance [for the country]; she isolated Pakistan into two sections. This episode should be denounced.
There is an undeclared crisis in the nation now. It has come quietly to gag our voices.”
He alluded to visits of BJP pioneers to Maharashtra’s flood-hit regions. He wondered why the Uttar Pradesh government is frightened, assuming resistance pioneers need to meet groups of the dead ranchers.
“In Maharashtra, BJP pioneers Devendra Fadnavis, Pravin Darekar…are offering ultimatums to the state government. But, in a majority rule government, the voice of the resistance can’t be stifled.
So they should find the opportunity to talk about what they wish, and it should be heard. But, in any case, what’s going on in Uttar Pradesh?”
BJP spokespersons say they don’t respond to Saamna articles as a strategy.