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CM Eknath Shinde s barb in Uddhav Thackeray says some people think they are born to rule

Amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena rebel faction leader and Prime Minister Eknath Shinde has conducted an excavation of former Prime Minister Udhav Thackeray. Shendi said some people think they are born to rule but should feel proud that a common man has become the prime minister. Shinde also said that his decision to rebel against the Shiv Sena leadership was a historic one and that Hindutva to which he belongs will ensure all-round development.

Shinde said at a rally in Pandharpur, ‘I was not born with a silver spoon. I am one of you. Some people think they are born to rule. He should feel proud that an ordinary man took the (Prime Minister’s) chair. We have the majority to rule. We didn’t do anything illegal.

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A blessing with the companion to become

The Prime Minister offered prayers at Lord Vital Temple on the occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi as per tradition. Shendi, a resident of Thane, used to drive motorized rickshaw to earn a living. Shinde also mined supporters of Uddhav Thackeray, some of whom claimed that he had betrayed Shiv Sena despite being assigned many responsibilities by the party. Shinde said his rise from branch chief to the highest position (Prime Minister) in the party was possible due to the blessings of (Shiv Sena leader of Thane) Anand Degi and (Shiv Sena founder) Balasahib Thackeray.

Both sides hurt Shiv Sena

Shendi said: “I have faced all attempts to harm me politically. I don’t want to criticize anyone and I don’t want to publish everything. He said Hindutva ideology Pal Thackeray is not about hatred of other religions. Referring to the NCP and Congress, constituents of Maha Vikas Agadi, he said that both The two parties are harming Shiv Sena by uniting their defeated candidates in order to defeat the MLAs of Shiv Sena.

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I will say less but do more

Besides, the Prime Minister said that in the last two and a half years, we have not been able to speak out against those who have insulted (Hindutva theorist) Veer Savarkar. Can’t even speak against ministers who have links with (the fugitive gang) Daoud Ibrahim (accusations against Nawab Malik from the NCP). I will say less but work more. We are Chef Cynics from Blasaheb and Anand Deeji. Our Hindutva is for comprehensive development. I may be the prime minister but I will serve as a servant and a labourer.

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