Shiv Sena has welcomed the statement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the letter dispute of Maharashtra Maharashtra Governor and Chief Minister. Shah said that the Governor of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Kosari Chief Minister to reopen places of worship in the state Uddhav Thackeray Could have chosen better words in the letter written to. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday welcomed this statement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
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Raut said in a conversation with a TV channel that after Shah’s statement, Shiv Sena has left the issue. Koshyari recently wrote a letter to Thackeray to reopen the shrines in the state and asked if the Shiv Sena president suddenly became secular. After this, the rhetoric between the Governor and the Chief Minister intensified. Shah told a channel that Koshyari could have chosen better words. Raut said that Shah is the home minister of the country and speaks with responsibility and caution. Raj Bhavan and the office of the Governor are constitutional bodies and come under the purview of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
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The Shiv Sena leader said, ‘The Governor’s letter was an unnecessary controversy after the Chief Minister’s reply and we had not started it. We are satisfied with the attitude of the Union Home Minister and thank him for understanding the reason for our displeasure. Raut dismissed the speculation that Shah was being soft on the Shiv Sena. He clarified that there is nothing political in this, what he said is in accordance with the constitution.
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