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Shiv Sena will bury BJP’s ‘Rupees’; Sanjay Raut’s open challenge

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Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis has said that we will not allow the way the three parties stole public opinion in Goa. Fadnavis has also said that Shiv Sena should ensure that its deposit is not confiscated. Meanwhile, Shivsena MP Sanjay Raut has responded to Devendra Fadnavis’ statement. He said that Devendra Fadnavis had gone there from Maharashtra and when he went there, BJP split there.

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Yesterday, a minister, Michael Lobo, quit the party. BJP MLA Praveen Zate also left the BJP. Therefore, they should first fight whatever war is going on within the party, said Sanjay Raut.

Meanwhile, when Sanjay Raut was asked about the remarks made by Fadnavis regarding notes, he said, “Our battle is really with notes in Goa.” The BJP is feeling a lot of rupees in Goa and we are seeing how many rupees are going from Maharashtra to Goa. Therefore, Shiv Sena will definitely fight those rupees in Goa and will try to tell the people of Goa not to come under pressure. Shiv Sena is a party of common people, pro-Hindus. However, it is certain that Shiv Sena will bury the BJP’s rupees.

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My word to Fadnavis is that no matter how many rupees you put in, we will fight with your rupess.

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When will the Chief Minister leave the house? And when will Sharad Pawar become the Prime Minister? Sanjay Raut has also replied to Chandrakant Patil who asked him to tell about this. Let them know at the right time. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s work is going well. He will attend a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the 13th. Reach the heights of politics, socialism and personality like Sharad Pawar.

The hills like yours cannot compete with the heights of the Sahyadri or the Himalayas. He does not grow up to be a prime minister. Sanjay Raut has criticized in such words.

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