Shiv Sena slams Narayan Rane over harsh remarks

Rane recently questioned Sena's credibility and stated that the MVA government would not last. Responding to this, Anil Parab shared his response and said that 'the government doesn't need Rane's certificate' in this matter.

Shiv Sena slams Narayan Rane over harsh remarks

Opposition parties in Maharashtra have constantly criticised the way Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Agadhi (MVA) government is functioning. Leaders like Narayan Rane have stated that there is no coordination in the party and no one in the MVA government has similar thoughts with each other, whereby this government would collapse any moment.

Responding to this comment, Shiv Sena leader and state transport minister Anil Parab stated that the government doesn't need Narayan Rane's certificate. He added that MVA has not had bad days to get a certificate from Narayan Rane, and do not wish to pay heed to what the opposition says. They had earlier called for a boycott of the by-elections and will continue to oppose as they do not have power in their hands.

Recently, CM Uddhav Thackeray was lashed out by the BJP on the completion of one year of the MVA government, and many had mentioned that the status of Maharashtra has declined, as the Chief Minister does not have knowledge of any subject, has not benefited the state. Besides this, the allegations were also made on two other parties whereby the leaders stated that they were also responsible for this.

Rane had asked regarding CM's interest in the public affairs and Hindutva this year. He questioned his role and contribution to farmers' life and welfare. Meanwhile, Rane pointed out that Maharashtra is 'number one' in terms of coronavirus cases, and there was no work done in this regard. 

On the financial terms, Rane had alleged that the government had taken out a debt of Rs 65,000 crore in the last six months and put the state under bankruptcy, leading to how long will the 56 MLA government last. He pointed out that the government is not conducive for Maharashtra, and predicted that after the exit of this government, an alliance could be formed with one of the other two parties or a presidential rule could be imposed in the state again.