October 16, 2020 12:55:21 am
Days after Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari wrote to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray asking if he had “instantly turned secular”, Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana on Thursday launched an assault on the previous stating he has proven how an individual sitting on the Governor’s publish shouldn’t behave.
The editorial added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Dwelling Minister Amit Shah should recall Koshyari to keep up the status of the Raj Bhavan.
“Bhagat Singh Koshyari has proven how an individual holding the publish of Governor shouldn’t behave. Koshyari might have been a Sangh Pracharak or a BJP chief, however he appears to have conveniently forgotten that he’s the governor of a progressive state like Maharashtra,” mentioned the editorial.
It additional mentioned the BJP began an agitation to open the temples within the state however there was no purpose for the Governor to take part in that political agitation.
Koshyari and Thackeray had been engaged in a bitter confrontation over the reopening of the locations of worship within the state.
“For the previous few months, the Raj Bhavan has been in disrepute every day. The Governor’s letter to the CM is irrational. The CM has hit out towards it solely as soon as and that was sufficient…If the resonance of ringing the bells (referring to BJP’s ghantanaad agitation to reopen the locations of worship) should have reached the ears of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister of Dwelling Affairs Amit Shah, they need to recall the Governor to avoid wasting the status of the Raj Bhavan,” the editorial said.
It additional mentioned the BJP ought to go to Delhi and meet the President, Prime Minister and Dwelling Minister and resolve on a nationwide coverage to reopen the locations of worship throughout the nation.
The editorial additionally slammed Koshyari, who can also be holding the extra cost of Goa, for not writing a letter to Goa CM Pramod Sawant demanding reopening of locations of worship.
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