The Shiv Sena on Monday stated the West Bengal election outcomes have proved that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Residence Minister Amit Shah will not be invincible.
An editorial within the Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ stated out of 4 states (West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Kerala) and a Union Territory (Puducherry) which not too long ago went to polls, all eyes have been on West Bengal.
“As an alternative of tackling the raging COVID-19 pandemic, the whole central authorities, together with Prime Minister Modi, was within the ballot enviornment of West Bengal to defeat (Chief Minister) Mamata Banerjee,” it stated.
On Sunday, Banerjee fended off a spirited problem by a resurgent BJP in West Bengal with a landslide victory for her Trinamool Congress (TMC) celebration for a 3rd consecutive time period.
“The outcomes have proved that regardless of having all of the equipment and expertise at their disposal, Modi-Shah will not be invincible,” the Marathi day by day stated.
The Shiv Sena, which shares energy in Maharashtra with the NCP and Congress, didn’t contest the West Bengal polls, however prolonged its assist to Banerjee.
West Bengal needed to undergo eight phases of voting, the editorial famous, and claimed the BJP used cash, energy and authorities equipment to defeat Mamata Banerjee.
“The BJP misplaced and the corona received. It is a one-line evaluation of the Bengal ballot outcomes,” the editorial stated.
With the only purpose to win West Bengal, Modi and Shah entered the ballot fray, held large rallies and roadshows, violating all COVID-19 security guidelines, it alleged.
It stated the Madras Excessive Court docket has blamed the Election Fee for the unfold of COVID-19 because of the long-drawn marketing campaign within the states the place polls have been not too long ago held, particularly West Bengal.
The Sena requested who will take the accountability of the BJP’s efficiency within the polls.
Aside from Assam and Puducherry, the BJP has not completed properly (in different states which went to polls), it stated.
“The folks of West Bengal must be complimented for not falling prey to a man-made wave and for unitedly standing up for their very own status. The nation ought to study from Bengal,” the editorial stated.