(Mumbai) CM’s Post Vacant in Shadow Govt of MNS:ShivSena
The Shiv Sena on Wednesday sarcastically said “chief minister’s post” in the new formation of Shadow Cabinet is lying vacant.
Editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ also said it would have been good if there was a “shadow governor” for the swearing-in of the shadow cabinet.
To keep an eye on the state government, a party which has one MLA in the Assembly has formed a ‘shadow cabinet’, it said without naming the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS).
The “post of chief minister” in the shadow cabinet is vacant, it said while taunting the MNS.
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(Mumbai) CM’s Post Vacant in Shadow Govt of MNS:ShivSena
(Nagpur) BJP Attacks Law&Order In Maha:Nagpur Mayor Attacked
BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar on Wednesday expressed concern over the attack on Nagpur Mayor Sandip Joshi and said this indicated the Uddhav Thackeray-led government’s failure to maintain law and order in the state.
Joshi had a narrow escape when two motorcycle-borne persons fired at his car on Wardha Road here around 11.59 pm on Tuesday when he was returning after celebrating his wedding anniversary, police said.
Raising concern over the incident in the state Assembly, Mungantiwar said, “It is a serious matter that the first citizen of Nagpur has been attacked in this way. This indicates the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government’s failure to maintain law and order in the state.”
The present MVA government has not appointed a full-time Home minister
(Mumbai) ShivSena’s Sanjay Raut Admitted in Lilavati Hospital
Shiv Sena leader Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut underwent an angioplasty on November 12.
The Shiv Sena leader has been at the forefront of Maharashtra power tussle since the state Assembly election results were declared on October 24.
The executive editor of the Sena’s mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, became the face of the party’s persistent demands for sharing the post of chief minister and equal split in portfolios.
Meanwhile, Sena president Uddhav Thackeray is meeting party legislators at his residence Matoshree.
(Mumbai)BJP Throws Pressure on SS: Maha CM Fadnavis Resigned
Fadnavis drove to Raj Bhavan in south Mumbai and submitted his resignation to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari,
There has been no headway in government formation even a fortnight after Assembly poll results were announced on October 24.
The BJP and Shiv Sena are locked in a tussle over the issue of the chief minister’s post,
In the polls, the BJP won 105 seats, Shiv Sena-56, NCP-54 and the Congress won 44 seats.
(Pune)Shiv Sena Minister’ Tanaji Sawant ‘s SUV Kills a Two Wheeler
45-year-old man was killed after an SUV, belonging to Maharashtra’s Shiv Sena minister Tanaji Sawant, hit his two-wheeler in Solapur district on Monday
The incident took place around 8.30 am on a state highway intersection near Shelgaon Hole village
Sawant, an MLC and state water conservation minister, was not in the SUV (sports utility vehicle) at the time of the accident, he said, adding that its occupants comprised driver Anuradh Surwase (28) and one more person.
[Chd,Pb] Hindu Leader Shot Dead in Gurdaspur:Punjab Crime
Ajay Thakur, 25, was about to board a bus from near a bus stand in Purana Shalla area. Three youths came on a motorcycle and one of them pulled out a gun and opened fire at Thakur. He was rushed to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries
The accused are at large as usual
Family members of the deceased have alleged that Thakur was facing threats to his life from the assailants, but the police failed to act on time.
[New Delhi]PM says HBD to Oldest Ally’s Annoyed Udhav Thakeray
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today wished Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on his 58th birthday.
Modi, is in South Africa for the BRICS Summit, He tweeted
“Birthday wishes to Shri Uddhav Thackeray. May Almighty bless him with a long and healthy life in service of society,”
Sena, an NDA ally, has been opposing the BJP and its policies.
Its MPs in the Lok Sabha stayed away from voting in the no-confidence vote brought against the government by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and supported by various opposition parties.
[Mumbai,Maharashtra]Congress,Criticizing BJP’s One Year Rule,Raises Farmers Issues In The State
In supoort of its alegations Congress has given following Datas
The rate of growth of the State GDP has fallen from 7.3% under the Congress, to 5.7% under the BJP, and
Growth in manufacture from 2.5% to 0.5%.
The agriculture, which grew at 8%, is currently showing a negative growth rate of 12%.
Food grains production has fallen from 146 lakh tonnes to 100 lakh tonnes and
 production of pulses has almost halved to 18 lakh tonnes from 32 lakh tonnes.
Apart From the Above there have been as many as 1296 farmer suicides this year, and the government has done very little about it.
They have cut the labour budget to Rs.564 crore from Rs 950 crore.
Congress has Demanded that
It is time for the Fadnavis government to take seriously the mandate given to him by the people of Maharashtra. While they and their ally, the Shiv Sena, are busy banning foods, blackening the face of RTI activists, and curtailing freedoms, farmers are taking their lives because the government has failed them.
[Mumbai,Maharashtra] Annoyed With BJP, Shiv Sena[SS] Now Turns Towards NCP And Stings Sharad Pawar,
SS Tags NCP to “blood sucking leech”Pawar Earlier Has Called SS “Ants”
In a vitriolic attack on Sharad Pawar for equating the Shiv Sena to “ants that will be stuck to jaggery of power,” the ruling alliance partner today described NCP as “blood sucking leech” waiting to join hands with the BJP to be a part of Maharashtra government.
“Before calling others ants, it would have been better if Pawar had self-introspected.
The NCP is infamous for sucking the blood of Maharashtra like leeches. These are leeches whose stomach will remain empty despite sucking out all the blood of the state,” the Sena said in stinging remarks in an editorial in party mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.
Pawar had recently said that power was like a block of jaggery and termed the BJP and Shiv Sena as ants drawn to it, sucking as much sweetness as they could.
On Pawar’s taunt that Sena was hungry for power and would not “dare” to leave the government, the Sena said the Maratha strongman first needs to answer why the NCP stuck to power with the Congress for 10 years, despite being humiliated several times by its ally.
“You spoke of (Congress president) as being a foreigner, but ate Italian pizza with her for 10 years.
Congress leaders accused the NCP of corruption. (Former Maharashtra Chief Minister) Prithviraj Chavan abused the NCP time and again. But the way the NCP still stuck to power is nothing but a miracle,” the editorial said.
The Sena claimed that Pawar is waiting for an opportunity to come to power.
“The truth is that Pawar is only waiting for an opportunity to come to power in the government after the Sena-BJP alliance breaks,” it said.
“After the (Maharashtra) Assembly polls (last year), this was the same NCP that tried to cling onto the ‘pro-Hindutva’ BJP like ants,” the Sena said.
[Mumbai]Sena ShivSena Untie ItSelf From BJP For 122 KDMC Polls
ShivSena Erected To Contest Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) Polls Without BJP.
Kalyan and Dombivali are satellite cities adjacent to Mumbai and the Municipal Corporation is currently run by the Sena-BJP alliance.
Shiv Sena has decided to go it alone in the forthcoming Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation election and not have any tie-up with the BJP with which it shares power in the state and Centre.
As per sources, The decision was taken last night at a meeting of senior Sena leaders
The development comes after Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis chided the Shiv Sena for bringing the state a bad name due to the protests against former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri’s book launch in Mumbai.
Shiv Sena is all set to contest all 122 seats alone. The KDMC elections are to be held on November 1.
The Shiv Sena opposed the launch of Kasuri’s book “Neither a Hawk, Nor a Dove: An Insider Account of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy” saying there should be no engagement with Pakistan as long as it supports terror attacks on Indian soil.
Yesterday, Shiv Sena blackened former BJP adviser and columnist Sudheendra Kulkarni, who was the organiser of the event where Kasuri’s book was launched.
Fadnavis, disapproving of the Sena’s protests, said last evening that it had brought disrepute to the state.
“We cannot endorse Kasuri, but can’t let our state turn into banana republic. The rule of law has prevailed. I think the way things have happened has brought a bad name to our state. There could have been better ways to put forth a point of view,” he had said.Kasuri’s book was released last night amid heavy security.