Shiv Sena’s fresh display of paltriness, politicising the ghastly act of abduction and killing of rifleman Aurangzeb

While the nation has been seen mourning the ghoulish act of abduction, torture, and killing of the Indian brave heart, rifleman Aurangzeb, Shiv Sena, in an attempt to oxygenate its ‘Modi Vs All’ agenda, blamed the government for the bloodbath initiated by the terrorists in the month of Ramzan in Kashmir.

Shiv Sena, through their editorial mouthpiece Saamana, attacked the Centre for their decision to halt operations against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, during the month of Ramzan and accused Pakistan of taking unfair advantage of India’s decision.

Taking a jibe on the report of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assassination plot, the Shiv Sena said just on a basis of a report the security of the former was beefed up, but in the valley where people are losing their lives every day, no strict measures were taken.

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Emphatically, Thackeray is not the only one to devalue the seriousness of a death threat and politize the issue, Congressman, Sanjay Nirupam famous for a scandalous past and immoral present, had used this opportunity to be in limelight by stating that the assassination threat on PM Modi is probably a tactic by the PM to address his ‘declining popularity’.

Further terming the United Nations report on the Kashmir Valley as “rubbish”, the editorial asserted it has stained the image of Prime Minister Modi internationally. “Even after visiting so many places, no country is willing to stand by us on the reports of the United Nations. What is the use of Prime Minister Modi’s visit to so many countries,” he said.

The Shiv Sena said the situation of the valley is worst than the time of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the Congress party. It seems Uddhav Thackrey needs to get his facts correct and research a little before playing the blame game.

It seems as if the Shiv Sena chief has made Modi vs All his personal narrative. In his quest to defeat BJP, he has not left any stone unturned in including the government in every predicament encompassing the country. Due to his power crusade and the urge to defeat Modi the Shiv Sena chief, has often looked delirious passing outlandish remarks at the PM.

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has often been seen attacking the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a slew of issues, including his foreign visits, cow vigilantism, Hindutva and much more. In his quest to supersede Modi, Shiv Sena chief is all out to make a bizarre alliance of opposition parties if a proposal comes his way. Earlier though, Shiv Sena has announced that it will contest 2019 Lok Sabha polls alone.

Shiv Sena in its pursuit to emerge as an anti-BJP force goes out of its way to humiliate everyone coming its way. Uddhav Thackeray seems to be in high dudgeon, always ready to vent spleen at any given point of time. It seems he has gone through a complete mental breakdown, lashing out at anybody and everybody.

Earlier too, we had reported Uddhav Thackrey passing shots at the Election Commission. The Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut had passed a cutting remark calling the Election Commision a ‘Tawaif'(Mistress) of a political party, amid the ongoing squabble over a glitch in the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) during the bypolls in four Lok Sabha constituencies.

He made a direct allegation, saying that the BJP has tampered with the EVMs and is using it for political gain and went on to say that the Election Commission is not seeing the corruption and is not hearing the complaints.

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