Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has welcomed Home Minister Amit Shah’s comment that Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari could have chosen his words better when writing. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray On reopening of places of worship in the state.
A TV channel quoted Mr. Raut as saying that with Mr. Shah’s statement, the Shiv Sena has put the issue to rest.
Mr. Koshyari recently wrote to the chief minister on the reopening of places of worship in the state and asked if the Shiv Sena president had “suddenly secularized”, triggering a war of words between the governor and the chief minister.
Mr. Shah told a news channel on Saturday that “(Bhagat Singh) Koshiyari could have chosen his words better”.
Shri Raut said that Amit Shah is the Home Minister of the country and speaks with responsibility and caution.
He said that the office of the Raj Bhavan and the Governor is a constitutional institution and comes under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Raut said, “The Governor’s letter after the Chief Minister’s reply was an unavoidable controversy and we have not started it. But, we are satisfied with the Union Home Minister’s stand and thank him for understanding the reason for our anger.” “
Mr. Raut dismissed the speculation that Amit Shah was going soft on the Shiv Sena, breaking his ties with the BJP in a year.
He said, “Nothing is political. What Shah (Amit) said was consistent with the Constitution of India.”
On the Home Minister’s comment that the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death should first be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Mr. Raut asked: “Why should this have been done when the Mumbai Police was able to investigate?” The “
The Shiv Sena leader said, “The matter went to the CBI before the investigation was completed. What did the CBI come to know? The truth will be revealed.”
Mr. Raut also said that he agrees with Amit Shah’s observation that drugs and Bollywood should not be seen together.
The Shiv Sena MP said, “This (drugs) is a global threat, which should be put in the bud.”