BJP never concurred with Uddhav Thackeray CM's post by turn: Amit shah in Maharashtra
Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday announced he took no consent from Shiv Sena - then BJP's ally - to receive the chief minister's post if the agreement retained power in Maharashtra after the 2019 assembly election. Shiv Sena, which severed links including the BJP soon after the election to form the house with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress, shot behind, assuming what took Mr Shah over a year to get out with his report on the subject.
He told the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) power in Maharashtra is like an autorickshaw whose three wheels implied tending in various regions. "This (MVA) is an unholy coalition and an issue of deceiving the people's command, which was for a BJP-Shiv Sena party led by (BJP's) Devendra Fadnavis," Mr Shah told
"I don't give assurances in locked rooms. Whatever I make, I make it fully. I don't do politics in locked rooms," Mr Shah told, following inaugurating a special medical college at Kankavli in Sindhudurg district.
The Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena separated ideas among the BJP after the 2019 gathering votes above the matter of according the chief ministerial post with the BJP and later formed an alliance with the NCP and Congress to get to government.
Mr Thackeray had declared that Mr Shah, who did when BJP president, had promised at his bungalow in Mumbai that the chief minister's post would be given by those two parties, and the BJP reneged on the agreement.
It means staying insisted that the BJP disclosed the profession, Mr Shah said, joining his party notices the commitments it does. "We don't converse white lies. We hold the individuals who honour responsibilities. In Bihar, we had said that also if the BJP makes also seats, Nitish Kumar will proceed to be the chief minister," Mr Shah said.
He stated the Shiv Sena leader greeted poll gatherings with him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the Maharashtra election. In the poll signs of Shiv Sena candidates, PM Modi's images were more important than Mr Thackeray's, Mr Shah said. "We asked voters for the BJP-Sena group led by Fadnavis. Why made you talk out then? You just collected votes in PM Modi's name," Mr Shah said.