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  • ​​After Jyotiraditya Scindia quit the Congress on Tuesday along with 22 MLAs in Madhya Pradesh, putting the 14- month-old Kamal Nath-led government in deep crisis, the Shiv Sena editorial mouthpiece 'Saamana' criticised the Congress for neglecting the aspirations of its youth leaders.

    The Sena said Thackeray's visit to the temple town is out of devotion for Lord Shriram. "The government in Maharashtra comprising three ideologically different parties is working as per Constitution and Thackeray is leading such government," it said.

    In his letter, Shiv Sena leader Kishore Tiwari, also a farm activist, stated that the BJP was becoming the "Frankenstein Monster" of the RSS and"polluting"the Sangh. Maharashtra Minorities Affairs and NCP leader Nawab Malik told the Legislative Council last Friday that a law will be enacted to give five per cent quota to Muslims in education.

    Talking to reporters at the Vidhan Bhawan in south Mumbai, Pawar also said Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia, who quit the party to join the BJP, had sought "quick rehabilitation" after losing the Lok Sabha poll.

    With the Maharashtra Assembly Speaker on Wednesday rejecting the BJP's demand for a government resolution honouring Hindutva icon V D Savarkar, senior leader Devendra Fadnavis launched a frontal attack on the Shiv Sena, calling it "laachar" (helpless) for power.

    On Sunday, the paper carried the name of Rashmi Thackeray as the editor in its printline. While many may be surprised with the development, Rashmi is not a novice when it comes to politics. While she mostly remains behind the scene, Rashmi frequently interacts with party cadres and has also worked with the party’s women’s wing.

    The ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra on Tuesday took a swipe at the RSS for suggesting that senior BJP leader and former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis will not remain in the opposition for long.

    Maharashtra govt plans to introduce a legislation that would make it mandatory for the private sector in the state to reserve 80% jobs to domiciles.

    It needs to be unravelled who is responsible for the current riots in Delhi, the Sena said while referring to the "language of threats and warning used by some BJP leaders". It further said that the violence could potentially spread the message that the Central government has failed to maintain the law and order situation in Delhi.

    Amid the political developments in Madhya Pradesh, Raut said there was no cause of worry for the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. The Shiv Sena is leading a coalition government in Maharashtra with the NCP and the Congress.

    The Shiv Sena on Friday questioned the absence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah from Delhi while violence, which claimed 38 lives, engulfed ...

    Shortly after NCP leader and his cabinet colleague Nawab Malik stated that the Maharashtra government will provide five per cent quota to Muslims, senior minister Eknath Shinde said no such decision had been taken.

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