in image Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackrey
Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, in a skewed reference to past alliance associates Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), said that hankering power amidst a ceaseless pandemic could provoke jumble.
Thackeray said that he is responsible for getting people of the state and people who ruled for him from the Covid-19 pandemic or, probably, being in power is trivial. "If people who voted for me do not survive the Covid- 19 pandemic, what is the use of power? Acting with lust for power amid Covid-19 will lead to anarchy," Thackeray, who didn't name the opposition. Thackeray drove the charge as Maharashtra saw incalculable consistent passes and cases during the second surge of the pandemic.
Thackeray offered these articulations during a joint online effort composed by Marathi consistently Loksatta. Thackeray said people would not pardon him if he didn't provide clarity to people on why he should be in power.
Source: Hindustan Times
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