BJP leader attacks uddhav, turned pro-Hindutva…

BJP's maharashtra in-charge Dinesh Sharma on tuesday said that the kind of Hindutva that shiv sena (UBT) workers hope for is now being adopted by the bjp and not by the uddhav Thackeray-led party. Sharma told reporters here that after the maharashtra Assembly elections in 2019, uddhav thackeray betrayed the bharatiya janata party by joining hands with the congress and changed the party's stance from pro-Hindutva to anti-Ram Mandir.

BJP leader attacked uddhav Thackeray

BJP rajya sabha member Sharma said, “BJP runs on the kind of Hindutva that shiv sena (UBT) workers expect from the party. uddhav thackeray led shiv sena to join hands with congress and it does not follow that path. This is the same congress that had once rejected the existence of ram Lalla in Ayodhya.'' He claimed that the upcoming lok sabha elections are centered around prime minister Narendra Modi and the ram temple issue of Ayodhya.

He said, “This election is about Modi and Lord Ram. I went to a meeting where women told me that they wanted to elect the person who brought ram Lalla back to the temple." Sharma, a former deputy chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, said, "The bjp has a proper chain of command and the leadership and allies. There is no confusion regarding seat sharing. maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) in maharashtra is mostly a family-run party and they are fighting for their survival in this election. The components of MVA are scattered and there is no coordination among them. He also expressed satisfaction that the Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi led by Prakash Ambedkar is contesting the elections on its own. Sharma said, “Congress had defeated late Dr. BR Ambedkar twice and prevented him from coming to Parliament. Now she is behaving the same way with his grandson Prakash Ambedkar.'' He also targeted the Sharad Pawar-led congress PARTY' target='_blank' title='nationalist congress party-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>nationalist congress party (SP), saying that it is not a nationalist but an 'opportunist' party. "At his age, Pawar should have stepped down and taken 'sanyas', but he refused to do so," Sharma said.


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