TIL Desk/National/New Delhi/ BJP President Amit Shah has finally broken his silence over the ongoing power tussle in Maharashtra, which is presently under President”s rule. In a statement issued by the BJP on Wednesday, the Union Home Minister called the imposition of Presidents rule as “constitutional” and “logical” and hit out at the opposition which has been raising the pitch on the issue.
Hitting out at the Shiv Sena without naming it, Shah said that he or the BJP didn”t believe in making private conversations public. “It is not the tradition of the Bharatiya Janata Party to make public what has happened in the room, because there is dignity in public life. But if the opposition parties think that they will get public sympathy by creating such kind of confusion, they have no idea about the understanding capabilities of Indians,” Shah said.
Shah said the BJP had always said Devendra Fadnavis would be CM in Maharashtra and that Sena was coming up with new demands that are unacceptable . Shah said, “Before elections both he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in multiple rallies had made it clear that if the saffron alliance came to power, Devendra Fadnavis would be it”s Chief Minister. “No one questioned it back then,” he said.