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BJP and Ajit Pawar acted as Duryodhan and Shakuni of Maharashtra politics: Randeep Surjewala after being checkmated

The Congress party also posed ten questions to the BJP on the matter. Among them were questions such as "Who presented the proposal for government formation?" and "Were the signatures of support verified by the Governor?"

After Devendra Fadnavis was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra early morning on the 23rd of November. The Congress party is dumbfounded by the development and they are having some difficulty coming to terms with it. Randeep Surjewala addressed a press conference on the matter as a spokesperson of the Congress party.

Randeep Surjewala said that it was a black chapter in the history of Indian democracy. He further claimed that the Governor acted acted like a ‘hitman’ of Amit Shah. He also claimed that Ajit Pawar was threatened with jail and that a ‘power-hungry’ BJP has ‘murdered Democracy’.


The Congress party also posed ten questions to the BJP on the matter. Among them were questions such as “Who presented the proposal for government formation?” and “Were the signatures of support verified by the Governor?” Another question that was asked was, “Why has the governor not spelt out by when the Fadnavis government has to prove majority?”


Randeep Surjewala also said that the BJP constituted an ‘illegitimate government’ and acted as a ‘contract killer’ for Democracy. He also claimed that the BJP and Ajit Pawar have acted as the Duryodhana and Shakuni of Maharashtra politics. Conspicuously enough, Surjewala and the Congress party appears to have firm faith in Sharad Pawar, unlike Sanjay Nirupam.


Meanwhile, the Congress party is looking to ship its MLAs to Rajasthan ahead of the trust vote. Earlier, it was believed that Madhya Pradesh was the destination but the party believed Jaipur was safer.

 

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