Politics of Maharashtra The country is moving towards monarchy and autocracy. Nehru released the pigeon. Ambedkar said that Modi has blown up the cheetah and in a way terror is being spread. Prakash Ambedkar said that when an alcoholic does not get money for alcohol, he starts selling household items, the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi is doing the same.
- NCP is accused of destabilizing Shiv Sena
- MLAs from the Shinde group are criticizing the NCP
- Ready to take on Congress and Shiv Sena
Eknath Shinde rebelled against Shiv Sena a few days ago. Along with Eknath Shinde, 40 Shiv Sena MLAs and 12 MPs left Uddhav Thackeray’s support and joined the second party. The anger of all these MLAs was mainly directed towards the NCP. Being an NCP Finance Minister, we feel bad about the allocation of funds. Also, MLAs from the Shinde group alleged that the NCP was corrupting the Shiv Sena. After that Prakash Ambedkar also put NCP in the cage of the accused. So now what position NCP takes on this matter, that is to be seen.
Prakash Ambedkar attacked the BJP government at the Center as well as the Shinde-Fadnavis government and the opposition in the state. Prakash Ambedkar said that the country is moving towards monarchy and dictatorship. Nehru released the pigeon. Ambedkar said that Modi has blown up the cheetah and in a way terror is being spread. We criticized Narendra Modi two years ago, saying that if a drunk doesn’t get money for liquor, he starts selling household goods, following the way the Reserve Bank commented on the sale of government property two months ago. The way Prime Minister Narendra Modi behaved like a drunkard has now been confirmed by the Reserve Bank two months ago, Ambedkar said targeting Narendra Modi.
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