CM Uddhav Thackeray Met PM Modi, Said- Talks with Our Congress on CAA and NRC Issue

CM Uddhav Thackeray met PM Modi
  • The equations between the BJP and Shiv Sena changed after the Maharashtra Assembly elections, the 30-year-old alliance of the two was broken.
  • Chief Minister Thackeray recently said that there is nothing to worry about the implementation of CAA, NRC will not be implemented in the state

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray met PM Narendra Modi on Friday evening at his official residence ‘7 Lok Kalyan Marg’. After this, in the press conference, he said – We are in talks with our Congress on the issue of CAA and NRC. That is why there is peace in Maharashtra. He told- Our PM had discussions about CAA, NRC and NPR. There is no need to fear the CAA. The CAA is a law to grant citizenship to minorities in the neighboring country. In such a situation, our people need not be afraid of this.

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On the issue of Shaheen Bagh, Thackeray said – some people are working to provoke. Although despite repeatedly taking the name of the Congress from the journalists, he did not say anything about the Congress. Just said that you people live in Delhi and would know more about who is instigating them.

NPR is a Census Process – Thackeray

Regarding NPR, Chief Minister Thackeray said- NPR is a census process. Has just pushed him forward. Apart from this, many issues were discussed with the Prime Minister regarding the development of our state. Even in NPR, if we see that some things are wrong, then a decision will be taken on that. The issue of GST was also discussed with Modi ji. The GST money is coming, but the fast it should come is not coming.

Chief Minister Thackeray was accompanied by his son Aditya Thackeray. This meeting took place when CM Uddhav, contrary to the views of his two colleagues in the government, the NCP-Congress, NPR and Bhima has already expressed their stand in the Koregaon violence case. Thackeray has handed over the investigation of the Yalgar Parishad to the NIA a day before the Bhima Koregaon violence, while he has approved the NPR in the state. This is openly opposed by NCP leaders. CM Uddhav Thackeray met PM Modi.

No Problem in Alliance

The Shiv Sena leader said that those who have instigated the movement need to understand this. Who has provoked the movement? Uddhav deferred this question, saying that he does not live in Delhi. Upping the draw on the issue from the allies, Uddhav said that there is no problem in the alliance. The government is moving forward on a common minimum program and their government will run for five years.

Shiv Sena was The Number Two Party in the Assembly Elections

Of the total 288 seats in the Maharashtra Assembly elections, BJP won 105 seats. Shiv Sena stood second. It won 56 seats. At the same time, Sharad Pawar’s party NCP stood at number three. The NCP won 54 seats and the Congress won 44 seats.

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