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On Monday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde claimed opposition events solely give attention to destroying Prime Minister Narendra Modi, however “sheep and goats” can’t battle a lion within the forest.
Talking to a Hindi information channel from Shrinagar, Shinde stated, “I will not call opposition vultures but sheep and goats cannot come together to put up a fight against a lion in a jungle. A lion is always a lion and he would rule the jungle.”
When requested concerning the opposition events coming collectively to problem the BJP-led NDA alliance, the Shiv Sena chief stated, “The opposition only thinks about defeating Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I do not see anywhere the opposition is putting up a fight.”
Maharashtra sends 48 members to Lok Sabha, the second highest within the nation after Uttar Pradesh which elects 80 parliamentarians.
Commenting on the standing of the Nationwide Democratic Alliance in Maharashtra, Shinde stated, “After Ajit Pawar decided to join us, my government (BJP-Shiv Sena-Ajit Pawar faction of NCP) enjoys the support of 215 plus MLAs. There is no threat to the government.”
With out naming his predecessor Uddhav Thackeray, Shinde stated, “We are doing work for the people. People will decide whether they want someone who works for them or the one who merely sits at home.”
Queried on the allegation that the Enforcement Directorate is getting used to focus on leaders from the opposition camp, Shinde stated, “The ED takes action against those who are suspected to have indulged in corrupt practices. It does not harass anyone just like that.”