No promise in a closed room, kept Balasaheb’s principles in the Tapsi river for power: Amit Shah

New Delhi: Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister on Sunday attacked former ally Shiv Sena and its chief Uddhav Thackeray for breaking ties with other parties to form government in Maharashtra.

Shah, who was in the coastal town of Sindhudurg, said there was no promise in the closed doors and all Shiv Sena candidates campaigned during the assembly elections in Maharashtra with a large poster of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Shiv Sena has formed a government in the state with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Congress with Thackeray as the chief minister.

Shah said, “Some people here say that we made promises in a closed room, this is not true. Suppose what was promised. Uddhav ji, all your candidates with 2.5 times bigger image of Modiji on the banner. Promoted and you asked. ” Vote in his name. “

The senior BJP leader further said that when Devendra Fadnavis’s name was announced as the face of the Chief Minister’s post, Thackeray did not raise any questions during joint rallies.

“You rallied with me and Modiji. We said that Devendra Fadnavis is our leader and chief minister. Why didn’t you say anything? There was no promise or talk. In the greed for power, he (Thackeray) had kept all the principles of Balasaheb (late Shiv Sena founder) in the Tapi river and captured power, ”Shah said.