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MVA government won't last long: MNS chief Raj Thackeray

While commenting on his cousin’s performance as the Chief Minister, Thackeray said that Uddhav Thackeray was only visible on television and the administration of his government wasn’t visible.

MVA government won't last long: MNS chief Raj Thackeray
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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) Raj Thackeray on Friday said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state won’t last long as there seems to be no dialogue among the three allies - Congress, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Shiv Sena. 

In an interview to a Marathi news channel, Thackeray said that there was no unity between the allies in the MVA government. The ministers don’t communicate with each other and there was a lack of coordination in the government, he added. 

“The three-party government in Maharashtra is unlikely to last long as there is no dialogue or coordination between the alliance partners. I had predicted earlier that the MVA government won’t last long. There is a lack of coordination in the government,” Thackeray said.

While commenting on his cousin’s performance as the Chief Minister, the MNS chief said that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray was only visible on television and the administration of his government wasn’t visible. 

“I have failed to see Uddhav’s work for almost five months now,” he said while highlighting that the blame-game between the centre and the state government over several issues. 

Thackeray also criticised the state government for its handling of the coronavirus outbreak. “How long will the lockdown remain? What exactly is the plan? The government needs to make it clear. Everything has to be done smoothly as we have to live with coronavirus,” he added. 

He also said that it was important that people be less scared. The MNS chief pointed out that the TV news channels, messages on social media have made people terrified of the coronavirus. 

Meanwhile, speaking on the Ram Mandir issue, Thackeray said that the time for “bhoomi pujan” was not right considering the COVID-19 situation. The ceremony should be organised with grand celebrations after things normalise, he added. 

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