Taking the MVA Government by a storm, BJP’s firebrand leader Kirit Somaiya yet again bashed the Uddhav Thackeray-led government and lashed out in busting the corruptions being dealt under his administration.
Kirit Somaiya during his visit to Navi Mumbai trained his guns at the MVA government and alleged that the Uddhav Thackeray led government is steeped deep into corruption. Firing salvos at NCP’s Maharashtra Rural Development Minister Hasan Mushrif of indulging in corruption and holding “benami” entities in the name of his kin, an undeterred Kirit Somaiya who levelled graft charges of Rs. 127 crore against him declared to remain unstoppable until he puts Hasan Mushrif behind the prison bars.
Having Former Mayor Sanjeev Naik by his side, BJP MP Kirit Somaiya hailed the slogan of “A CORRUPTION FREE MAHARASHTRA”
Kirit Somaiya who is all set to file legal complaints against Hassan Mushrif for his heavy grafts in sugar mills in Kagal constituency of Kolhapur district was earlier detained and warned by NCP leaders to backtrack in entering the district.
In response to this, the fiesty leader has dared the state government to stop him from visiting Kolhapur and also called the MVA a government performing stunts.
Kirit Somaiya went to onto express his hot displeasure against Uddhav Thackeray and accused him of using the Mumbai Police as his mafia goons for his selfish interests and asserted to file a complaint against this at The National Human Rights Commission in Delhi.
When asked by media who his next target is, Kirit Somaiya, the infamous combatant of BJP responded in a humorous manner citing that it will soon be revealed.
Kirit Somaiya who embarked on his Kolhapur visit of exposing the tripartite MVA government was welcomed in solidarity by top BJP leaders and social workers in Navi Mumbai.
With BJP going up and arms in exposing the MVA government, BJP MP Kirit Somaiya has come forth as a leader with a voice of reason and has emerged as BJP’s shining knight paving the way in single-handedly taking down the fort of the Uddhav-Thackeray led MVA alliance in Maharashtra.
Marilyn Ravi, NMTV News.