Home Minister Amit Shah held a press convention on Sunday afternoon and thanked the folks of Assam and Bengal for popping out and voting in file numbers. HM Shah mentioned that Bengal witnessed an enormous voter turnout of 84% on the primary section of voting. Amit Shah claimed that BJP will win 26 seats out of 30 seats that went below polling within the first section.
The BJP chief additionally mentioned that seeing the voter turnout and the response within the rallies in Assam, BJP is assured of 37 out of 47 seats within the northeastern state.
While discussing BJP’s targets and efficiency in rallies in Bengal and Assam Amit Shah additionally answered a query that gave a brand new political twist to the disaster in Maharashtra.
When media requested that sources have revealed a couple of assembly between him and NCP Chief Sharad Pawar in Ahmedabad, Amit Shah mentioned, “Everything can’t be made public.”
According to ABP sources, 2 NCP leaders visited Ahmedabad for a secret meeting with some businessman and interestingly Amit Shah also reached Ahmedabad during the same time. Shah’s reply has hinted that the meeting might turn significant in the coming days when the Maharashtra government is facing a new crisis as Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut trained guns on Anil Deshmukh claiming in his Saamna editorial that the NCP leader got the Maharashtra Home Minister’s chair by accident.
In the Shiv Sena mouthpiece column, Raut stated that Anil Deshmukh accidentally got the post of Home Minister. He further questioned how Deshmukh could be unaware of Sachin Vaze doing “vasooli” while sitting in Mumbai Police Commissioner’s office.
In his article, Sanjay Raut wrote, “If a junior officer like Sachin Vaze was running a (money) collection racket from the Mumbai police commissioner’s office, why was the home minister not aware of it?”
The Shiv Sena MP further attacked Deshmukh, saying that Anil Deshmukh had accidentally got the post of Home Minister. Jayant Patil and Dilip Walse refused to accept the post of Home Minister then Sharad Pawar handed it over to Deshmukh, he stated.
According to reports, Sanjay Raut’s U-Turn on Anil Deshmukh and Amit Shah’s meeting with NCP Chief Sharad Pawar is raising questions on the Maha Vikas Aghadi government’s stability.