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By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 15, 2020 2:15:04 pm Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Uddhav Thackeray.(Express Archive)Taking purpose at Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari over his letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, the Shiv Sena stated Koshyari needs to be recalled if Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah want to protect the “prestige” of Raj Bhavan.
In a stinging editorial in Saamana, the celebration’s official mouthpiece,  Sena claimed that utilizing the Governor’s workplace to assault the state authorities has proved expensive for the BJP in Maharashtra.
In an official letter demanding the fast reopening of locations of worship, Koshyari had requested Uddhav if he has turned “secular”. Koshyari despatched the letter Monday. Thackeray responded Tuesday saying he didn’t want his Hindutva credentials licensed by Koshyari.
The Saamana editorial justified the chief minister’s response to Koshyari’s letter. “Even the gods must be ringing the temple bells in happiness,” it stated. “If the sound of ringing bells has reached Modi and Shah, then they will recall the Governor to preserve the prestige of Raj Bhavan.”
Editorial | Governor Koshyari must be reminded of doc he dedicated to upholding when he took oath of workplace. Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari’s letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray. (ANI)
Restaurants have opened with strict COVID-19 security protocol, however reopening temples will see crowding, it stated. If the BJP desires temples to reopen, then there needs to be a nationwide coverage, it stated. Several essential temples within the nation are closed, it added.
Koshyari’s letter evoked criticism from ruling allies the Congress and the NCP as nicely. While NCP chief Sharad Pawar wrote a powerful letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing “shock and surprise” on the “intemperate language” utilized by the Governor, Congress chief and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot stated the governor has lowered the dignity of the excessive constitutional workplace and requested Centre to take cognizance.
The CPM demanded that the Governor be sacked, saying he has crossed all limits of constitutional propriety by mocking secularism, one of many elementary ideas of the Constitution. ??????? ??????????, ??????????? ????? ????????? ????? ????? ??. ???????? ??? ???? ???????? ?? ??????? ??????? ????? ???? ???. pic.twitter.com/8duuQl45tV
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In his letter on Monday, Koshyari advised Thackeray it’s “ironical that while on one hand the state government permitted opening of bars, restaurants and beaches, our gods and goddesses have been condemned to stay in the lockdown.” Koshyari talked about that he has acquired three representations from delegations demanding that locations of non secular worship be reopened. In response, Thackeray identified the ‘coincidence’ that every one the three letters Koshyari talked about had been from BJP office-bearers and supporters.
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