You tried best to finish me politically, yet failed: Fadnavis to Uddhav

22 September, 2022 | Pranay Lad

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Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, stated on Thursday that Uddhav Thackeray “stabbed the BJP in the back” by joining the Congress and NCP and that the former c...

Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, stated on Thursday that Uddhav Thackeray “stabbed the BJP in the back” by joining the Congress and NCP and that the former chief minister had tried his best to destroy him politically but failed.

In his address on Wednesday, Thackeray criticised the Eknath Shinde administration in Maharashtra and criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ignoring him after the multibillion-dollar Vedanta-Foxconn semiconductor plant project went to Gujarat. Fadnavis was responding to that speech.
However, Fadnavis said in a statement to the media that Uddhav Thackeray’s address was “full with sadness.”

Fadnavis launched a scathing attack at his former ally Thackeray, saying “You did your best to destroy me with the help of Congress-NCP combine, nevertheless you could not finish me.”

“Uddhav Thackeray Ji expressed his desperation in his speech on Wednesday. I want to ask him a question. Why didn’t he leave and run for office in 2019 when he was running against the BJP and won thanks to Modiji’s image on the campaign poster, stabbing the BJP in the back, as he suggests when he wants us to do so? “asked Fadnavis.

Thackeray, a former chief minister, had already launched a harsh criticism of the Shinde administration. “Why do projects from Maharashtra relocate to other states? Why doesn’t he discuss this with the PM? Does he not have the guts to speak about it?” As said by Thackeray.

The Foxconn-Vedanta semiconductor project should be reinstated, according to Thackeray, who was speaking to party members. He also suggested that the Opposition and the ruling party work together to bring the project back for the benefit of the state as a whole.

Eknath Shinde, the chief minister of Maharashtra, came under harsh criticism from Thackeray for remaining nothing on the matter. Thackeray has also pressed Home Minister Amit Shah to hold the assembly and civic elections in Mumbai within a month.

“I implore Union HM Amit Shah to organise BMC polls with state assembly elections so that we can demonstrate the might of the Shiv Sena. Earlier, a large number of Nizams and Shahs attempted to conquer Mumbai but were unsuccessful “He had spoken.

Shinde responded to Thackeray by stating that the Vedanta would visit Maharashtra. “After only two months in office, our government has already made decisions that took two years to reach. Maharashtra will receive Vedanta. PM Modi and HM Amit Shah assured me in our conversation. Several industries left the state as a result of the previous administration “stated the chief minister of Maharashtra.

Anil Agarwal, the chairman of the Vedanta company, had already said that Gujarat would be the site of the Vedanta-Foxconn semiconductor facility. According to Agarwal, Vedanta’s historic investment of Rs 1.54 lakh crores will contribute to the realisation of India’s #Atmanirbhar Silicon Valley.

In addition to creating 1 lakh direct skilled employment, this project is anticipated to lower India’s electronic imports, according to another tweet he sent. It would also benefit the nation’s manufacturing industry.

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