The war of words between the allies BJP and Shiv Sena have become ugly. IN his latest attack Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has reportedly slammed ally Bharatiya Janata Party for trying ‘to prove him a liar’, claiming that it had agreed to share the chief minister’s post in Maharashtra during his talks with Amit Shah.
According to a report by PTI, Uddhav said he would fulfill the promise made to his father, late Sena founder Bal Thackeray, to install a Shiv Sena chief minister in the state, and does not need Devendra Fadnavis or Shah for this. .
Thackeray addressed the media soon after Chief Minister Fadnavis handed over his resignation to Maharashtra Governor, and was asked to continue as caretaker CM.
Reacting strongly to Fadnavis’s claim that there had been no agreement on sharing the chief minister’s post for two-and-half years, Thackeray again and again said that he was hurt that the BJP tried to portray him as a liar.
He did not hold talks with the BJP after the assembly poll results came in on October 24 as he could not tolerate being called a liar, he said.
The Sena chief also denied Fadnavis’s claim that Sena leaders targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He did not attack Modi but criticised the National Democratic Alliance government from time to time over policies, Thackeray said.