Hammering the Shiv Sena over a toon in its mouthpiece Saamana, which ridiculed the Maratha fomentation, senior Congress leader and Former Chief Minister Narayan Rane said Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray's expression of remorse to the group was out of weakness and political impulse.
Getting fire from all quarters, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray offered the statement of regret on Saturday, a day after the sketch artist apologized for harming the assessments of the group.
Rane said the Shiv Sena never supported booking for Marathas. "It was simply after the Sena understood that the line could cost it dear and hamper the gathering's prospects in the forthcoming races gravely that it offered an expression of remorse.
Humorously, Saamana's official editorial manager Sanjay Raut apologized a day after the proofreader and gathering boss Uddhav said sorry to learn group," said Rane. Rane additionally hammered Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray for his restriction to the reservation.
Raj said reservation ought to be offered just to monetarily in reverse classes. Rane said Raj and his gathering have lost essentialness and his perspectives ought not be considered important. He additionally condemned the state government for forcing prohibitory requests in Aurangabad, as a prudent step in front of the state bureau meet on Tuesday. "Why is the administration so agonized over dissents by ranchers and the Maratha people group? The ranchers in Marathwada are troubled on account of the storm. The administration ought to now declare credit waiver," he said.