Mumbai: Maharashtra CM attacks BJP MLA Prasad Lad over remarks on demolition of Shiv Sena building Uddhav Thackeray He said that no one should speak the language of intimidation, those who say it will be given appropriate answers.
Read more –It has become the first state in the country to provide both doses of vaccine to 1 crore people
The BJP MLA says the Shiv Sena building, the headquarters of the Thackeray-led party in central Mumbai, will be demolished. However, he later retracted his remarks, saying his remarks had been misrepresented by the media.
“I said in my address that when we come to Dadar-e-Mahim, there is such a huge police security deployed here that we are going to attack the Shiv Sena building. I apologize for the statement.
The chief minister hit back, saying the language of intimidation would not be tolerated. Quoting a dialogue from the film Dabang (Thappad se dar na lagta), the Shiv Sena chief said, “No one will tell us the language of slapping, because we will give back such a strong slap that no one else will come back on it.” “Can.”
Thackeray was speaking at the inauguration of the BDD Chawls redevelopment project. He called his three-party Maha Bikash Aghadi (MVA) government a three-seat government (the NCP and other parts of the Congress had).
Meanwhile, Shiv Sena editorial spokesperson Samana scoffed at the BJP MLA for his alleged remarks and said that the party’s demise was imminent. It said, “There is a statue of Balasaheb Thackeray as well as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in the Shiv Sena building. His saffron flag has been hoisted in the building. It annoys some people, so there was talk of demolishing the Shiv Sena building.
It said, “The BJP was once a party of loyal workers from the grassroots. There was no room for outsiders here. But now the party’s core ideology is pushing the lower castes. So the end of the party is near.”