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Sanjay Raut: BJP, Mumbai referendums by looking at UP assembly and collecting “outsider” cards: Raut

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday BJP In opposition to Maharashtra’s Prime Minister Uddhav Thackley instructing state police to keep records of immigrants from other states, the BJP is “outside” with a view to next year’s Uttar Pradesh state parliament and Mumbai civil elections. Claimed to be collecting cards. Mr. Laut was identified in Senna’s mouthpiece “Thermana” weekly column “Roktok” while Mr. Thackeray (during a law and order review meeting with senior police officials on September 13) referred to immigrants. He said he did not appoint a state. CM meant North Indians. ”

“This is nothing more than an attempt to create division, and proceedings should be filed against such people,” said a member of Raja Saba, editor-in-chief of Thermana.

Mumbai is home to Bengali, Odia, Assamese, Tamil and Telugu-speaking people, and the Matanga and Dharavi regions of the city are dominated by South Indians. They never call themselves outsiders, he said.

According to Laut, the Bengali held a Durga Puja celebration in Shivaji Park at about the same time as the Dussehra rally in Shivaji Senna, and Bengali could not be afraid of themselves or call them outsiders. is not.

He further said that Tamils, Telugu and Muslims celebrated their festival here, and Gujarati, Malwaris and Jains have become an integral part of Mumbai’s life. So who does the BJP consider to be an outsider? Laut asked.

“There may be one country, but maintaining law and order is the subject of the state. It is the job of the state government to take action. Without understanding what Suckerley means, BJP UP He turned to and gathered outsiders and immigration cards. Mumbai referendum,” He said.

“If BJP’s love is for outsiders who help terrorist activities, atrocities against women, and make life miserable for their’son of the earth’,” he said.

Mr. Laut, whose party shares power with the Maharashtra NCP and Congress, said no one considers the rich to be an outsider. Only those who migrate in search of livelihood are called outsiders, which is sad, he added.

Those who play “outsider” politics in Maharashtra need to learn lessons from the results of the West Bengal Legislature elections. There, Mama Tabanerjee used Bengal’s pride to defeat Modisher.

Mr. Laut said Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrakant Patil asked why only outsiders were accused and why the Marathi people were not committing crimes.

“This shows that the BJP has a deep-seated hatred of the Marathi people,” Senna’s leader insisted.

“The answer to Patil’s question is why the ED after Shiv Sena and the NCP leaders is why the BJP leaders are pretty.” He wanted to know.

Sanjay Raut: BJP, Mumbai referendums by looking at UP assembly and collecting “outsider” cards: Raut Sanjay Raut: BJP, Mumbai referendums by looking at UP assembly and collecting “outsider” cards: Raut

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