Saamana Rokhthok News: Shiv Sena has strongly criticized Chief Minister Eknath Shinde from Saamana Rokhthok. Shiv Sena has attacked that Shinde has taken Anand Dighe’s support to create a vertical division in Maharashtra. Also, it has been harshly criticized that Shinde’s Dussehra meeting will be a gathering of thieves.
The country knows that the meeting at Shiv Teerth is real, but the Shinde group is holding another meeting believing its Shiv Sena to be genuine. Delhi will be filled with happiness at this time. These games are going on again in the name of Anand Dighe. Not everyone can ‘make it’ in politics. Some people become ‘Shinde’, this has been called Cash of the Match.
‘This chief is not of Shinde, but a big conspiracy of the Bharatiya Janata Party’
The article states that the atmosphere and politics in Maharashtra have become very bad during the festive season. Eknath Shinde became the Chief Minister of Maharashtra after the split in Shiv Sena. So far so good, but he directly claimed Shiv Sena. This head is not of Shinde. There is a big conspiracy behind this by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Chhagan Bhujbal, Narayan Rane and Raj Thackeray revolted or left the party, but none of them had the audacity to lay claim to the Shiv Sena. This arrogance was born out of BJP’s support. Our own Shiv Sena and our own Dussehra meeting. To create a vertical divide in Maharashtra, Shinde, who is no longer alive, took the support of Anand Dighe. Dighe was remembered by Shinde after 21 years. To show how close he was to Dighe, Shinde spent a few crores and made the film ‘Dharamveer’. More was spent on the promotion of the film than on the film. Many wondered whether the film was about Anand Dighe or Shindi. Because Shinde stabbed Anand Dighe in the back and broke Shiv Sena while the film’s experiments were going on. Ever since Shinde became the Chief Minister, the film has been making a splash on TV just for Shinde’s fame. Through this film, Eknath Shinde was shown as a more brilliant person than Dighe. Many scenes in the film are the culmination of fiction and fantasy. The article states that after this film, Shinde broke the Shiv Sena by raising the shield of Anand Dighe.
‘Shinde wrongly made Anand Dighe’s picture’
The article states that Eknath Shinde has wrongly portrayed the image of Anand Dighe. With Uddhav Thackeray’s alliance with the Congress-NCP, the Shiv Sena drifted away from the original idea. These people are beating that Balasaheb Thackeray or Anand Dighe does not agree to this. Originally, Shiv Sena had an eight-member board. The Shiv Sena chief used to discuss and take decisions with the eight-member board. There was no joy in this octagonal board and the decision-making process. Satish Pradhan of Thane was the leader of that Ashtapradhan Mandal. At that time and even later, Dighe’s sphere of influence was not outside Thane district, but Anand Dighe’s personality attracted many in the state. Sacrifice, selflessness and unwavering faith in Shiv Sena was his identity in the state. His rude behavior was often portrayed, but Dighe’s image as an anti-Congress and a BJP bhakt is misplaced. For many years the politics in Thane was done by a coalition of Anand Dighe and Vasant Davkhare. There was agreement and friendship between the two. The Left became the Congress and then the NCP. To keep the Bharatiya Janata Party out of power in Thane, Dighe and the Left sometimes openly and sometimes carry forward the formula behind the scenes. Now Dighe narrates an incident that how BJP lover he was. Perhaps Shinde and his 40 MLAs do not know this. In 1992, Babri fell in Ayodhya. BJP has shrugged off the responsibility. Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray, who had publicly said that if my Shiv Sainiks demolished Babri, he became the emperor of the Hindu heart of the entire country. The stormy wave of Hindutva in the country came from that and the Shiv Sena chief started leading that wave. With the dismissal of Kalyan Singh’s government in Uttar Pradesh, Kalyan Singh had a mark of martyrdom on his forehead. Thane was then a single Lok Sabha constituency along with Kalyan-Dombivli and BJP’s Ram Kapse was chosen as the candidate of the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance. Earlier, Kapse was elected MLA from Kalyan assembly constituency. The CAPSE organized a BJP meeting in Thane’s central ground to commemorate the demolition of Babri and decided to invite former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh to a meeting to felicitate him. The meeting was the first attempt to indirectly challenge the Shiv Sena in Thane. Anand Dighe did not agree with this. He did not attend the meeting, but in the evening he sat in a car away from the meeting place and went to listen to the meeting. His special people were sitting in the car. As soon as the meeting started, MP Ram Kapse stood up to speak. Dighe became upset as soon as he mentioned Kalyan Singh in his speech as the only Hindu king of the country. His face turned red. “Hey, what are you talking about?” Only our Balasaheb Thackeray is the emperor of Hindu heart. Why is BJP making a new Hindu Hriday Samrat? This is a challenge for Shiv Sena. Even in Thane, I will not allow this to continue. I say now, the world will be here, but Kapse will not be a Thane MP again. Thane MPs will be from Shiv Sena!” announced Anand Dighe and got into that car. He kept this in mind, but as soon as the Lok Sabha elections were announced, the issue of Thane in seat allocation came to the fore, Dighe announced the Shiv Sena’s claim over the Thane Lok Sabha constituency. BJP will not work in Thane. Dighe met Balasaheb and he insisted. Ram Kapse and BJP will not run in Thane. People who love Shiv Sena will defeat him. Shiv Sena chief Pramod Mahajan, Gopinath Munde tried to convince Dighe, but Dighe remained adamant. Ultimately everyone had to back down to their insistence. The Thane Lok Sabha constituency went to the Shiv Sena, leaving the KAPSE behind and Prakash Paranjpe, who lost in the mayoral election, was elected as the Shiv Sena’s candidate in the Lok Sabha. The article states that it was the true form of Dighya challenging the Shiv Sena’s hatred of the Bharatiya Janata Party, but it was nowhere to be seen in the Shinde-produced film.