Political parties criticizing each other are something that is always seen in any political meet across the country. Something similar was seen at the recently held party meet by the Shiv Sena, BJP and RPI at Vashi.
Every political party in the country always criticizes the working of each other, something that the public get to see during any election campaigning or party meets. A similar party meet was held by the newly formed alliance of the Shiv Sena, BJP and RPI, the Shivshakti and Bhimshakti. The public meet was held at Vishnudas Bhave auditorium at Vashi where present were Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, RPI leader Ramdas Athvale and BJP leader Bhau Girkar. Also present was Navi Mumbai Sena Chief Vijay Chougule who welcomed Ramdas Athvale by giving him a sword while party workers welcomed all the leaders with garlands of flowers. As expected all the leaders hit out at the UPA government during their speeches. Senior BJP leader Bhau Girkar said that the Congress government had done injustice to the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar when he was not given ticket to fight the elections.
On the other hand, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that no one could challenge the might of the newly formed alliance of Shivshakti and Bhimshakti. Hitting out at the Congress, he said that like the British government followed the policy of Divide and Rule, the Congress was also following the same steps. He added that they would not stop fighting till the time they bring change in the country.
He also hit out at UP Chief Minister Mayawati on her statement of providing homes to the migrants from her state to Mumbai. He even questioned the Lokpall bill of how it will keep the views of the general public. RPI leader Ramdas Athvale said that he had joined hands with the Sena-BJP not for post but for teaching the Congress a lesson. He said that the Congress had failed to address the issues of the Dalits. Later on speaking to the media, Ramdas Athavale hit out at Mayawati and advised her to ensure employments for her own state people so that they don’t have tomigrate to Mumbai for work. With cameraperson Vinayal Dalvi, Gangasingh Rajpurohit for NMTV News.