Ghatkopar - The ruling allies in Maharashtra are leaving no stone unturned to accuse each other of corruption, no transparency, poor show, no productive work for the past 25 years and much more.
The Bharatiya Janta Party organised a campaign rally on Wednesday in Ghatkopar where chief minister Devendra Fadnavis was present along with the party's Mumbai president Ashish Shelar and Republic Party of India (RPI (A) chief Ramdas Athawale. Fadnavis targeted the Shiv Sena, just as he done at every recent rally. Fadnavis alleged that the Shiv Sena has prospered in the last 25 years, but the BMC has not benefitted. The Sena has abused the city, treating it like the proverbial goose that lays golden eggs. Fadnavis took the Sena to task, saying there was no relation between demonetisation and BMC. Why isn't the Sena speaking about development, he wanted to know.
"What they (Sena) have done to Mumbai, I don't have to say. Your faces are expressing everything. But now this misery will end," he promised.