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Congress-NCP condemns Shiv- Shena over Kangana Ranaut fiasco

by amolwarankar

Mumbai: BMC’s action to demolish actress Kangana Ranaut office in Mumbai backfired Shiv Sena government. Congress-NCP, a stake holder in Uddhav Thackeray’s coalition government in Maharashtra, has sidelined themselves and condemned the action taken by Shiv Sena.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has raised questions over the BMC sabotage action at Kangana’s office in the Pali Hills. Sharad Pawar has termed it as a unnecessary step of BMC.

Sharad Pawar said that BMC’s action has unnecessarily given Kangana a chance to speak. There are many other illegal constructions in Mumbai. It is necessary to see why the authorities took this decision.

He said that everyone knows that the Mumbai Police works for security. You should not give publicity to these people. Congress leader Acharya Pramod said, ‘It is wrong to call Mumbai a “POK”, but it is also wrong to break someone’s “house” on political opinion.

In Maharashtra, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam tweeted, ‘kangana ka office avaidh tha ya use demolish karane ka tareeka? kyonki ki court ne karvai ko galat maana aur tatkaal rok laga dee. Pura actionn pratishodh se auta-prot tha. lekin badale kee raajaneeti ki umar bahut choti hoti hai. kahin ek office ke chakkar mein shivasena ka demolition na shuru ho jaye’.

Milind Deora, tweeted ‘Appalled as a Mumbaikar with the state of affairs in the economic capital of India. Maharashtra is #COVID19’s ground zero. Instead of focusing on governance, we’re busy settling political scores. Time for all parties to come together & set our priories right’.

Maharashtra has a coalition government of Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress and BMC is controlled by Shiv Sena. The verbal war between Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut reached a vandalism on Wednesday. Before Kangana reached Mumbai, BMC reached her office with JCB . BMC demolished a part of Kangana’s office on the charge of illegal construction.

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