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Shinde, Fadnavis, and Ajit Pawar: Only Yes Men to Modi-Shah

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Modi-Shah Should Take Shinde, Fadnavis, and Ajit Pawar to Gujarat

The political landscape in Maharashtra has been a battleground lately, with accusations flying between parties and leaders. Recently, Atul Londhe, the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee chief spokesperson, took aim at the current Shinde-Fadnavis-Ajit Pawar government, accusing them of being puppets to the directives of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Londhe highlighted the alleged detrimental impacts of this alignment, citing instances where Maharashtra’s assets, such as Vedanta Foxconn, Tata Air Bus, diamond trade, and now the co-operative sector, particularly the esteemed ‘Mahanand’ Dairy project, are purportedly being diverted to Gujarat.

The Congress spokesperson accused the BJP government of using unconstitutional means to gain power and subsequently exploiting Mumbai and Maharashtra. The downfall of the Mahavikas Aghadi government, as per Londhe, was due to their resistance against the interests of the Gujarat lobby, leading to the alleged systematic exploitation of Maharashtra over the past year and a half.

The criticism didn’t spare the leaders either, with Londhe singling out Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and Second Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar. According to him, these leaders lack the willpower to resist the proposals put forward by Modi and Shah, merely acting as “yes men” to their directives. He accused them of passively witnessing the exploitation of Maharashtra without taking a stand.

The decision to transfer Mahanand’s management to the National Dairy Development Board drew severe criticism from Londhe, who emphasized the historical role of cooperatives in fostering economic progress in rural Maharashtra. The move to divert significant projects to Gujarat, as alleged by the Congress spokesperson, represents a larger trend of sidelining Maharashtra’s interests.

Londhe warned against potential attempts by the Shinde government to provide ambiguous justifications or promise compensatory projects to offset the loss of Mahanand. His ultimate call was for Modi and Shah to take Shinde, Fadnavis, and Pawar to Gujarat, implying that they should witness firsthand the purported consequences of their decisions on Maharashtra.

This controversy highlights the ongoing political tensions in Maharashtra and raises concerns about the alleged prioritization of external interests over the state’s welfare. The accusations made by the Congress spokesperson reflect a deep-rooted dissatisfaction with the current government’s decisions and their perceived alignment with the directives from the center.

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