Shiv Sena strongly claims that Amit Shah was granted bail in Godhra riots due to Sharad Pawar

Mumbai: Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna has made a big claim in its editorial. It said that NCP chief Sharad Pawar had helped Union Minister Amit Shah, an accused in the 2002 Gujarat riots. It was he who made Amit Shah a Jamaat. After Samna’s column, politics in Maharashtra is heating up. Meanwhile, NCP leader Praful Patel dismissed the claim.

It was written in Samna that Amit Shah repeatedly uses such words in reference to Shiv Sena. This is hatred towards Maharashtra in their mind. In fact, he should always be grateful to Maharashtra and the Marathi people. Amit Shah’s bail in the Godhra massacre case was attributed to a conversation between Modi and Pawar during the UPA government at the Center after Modi and Amit Shah joined behind Modi.

‘Not Sensational, Truth’

It is also written in the article, ‘This is not a sensational revelation, but the truth’. In another case, such arrangements were made to help Amit Shah by dressing Hindu heartthrob Balasaheb Thackeray in ‘Skarkar’ style.

‘Shinde Sect Illegally Enthroned’
The Shiv Sena mouthpiece had written that only Sanjay Raut can write separate articles on these two issues. Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray can talk but what Amit Shah and his men are doing today is the culmination of the mission against the same Thackeray-Pawars. There is a difference of opinion between politics and democracy. It is not wrong to lose the election and say so, but the split in the Shiv Sena makes the BJP happy. They achieved their goal by illegally enthroning the Shinde sect. His smile is terrifying. Burying Uddhav Thackeray and Shiv Sena is anti-Maharashtra. There is dishonesty towards Balasaheb Thackeray and his thoughts.

Amit Shah said poison
Samna wrote, ‘Amit Shah coming to Mumbai sows such poison, Marathi people appreciate it in BJP. There may not be any Chintaman Rao Deshmukh formation in the BJP. But Amit Shah should keep saying to bury Shiv Sena and teach Thackeray a lesson.

Commenting on Samna’s article, NCP leader Praful Patel said, ‘I don’t want to comment on such baseless allegations. It may have come in some editorial, but how can Sharad Pawar be linked to the Godhra case?’

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