Patriotism Is Not Monopoly Of Any Party: Shiv Sena

Mumbai: “Patriotism is not a monopoly of any single party and people are lying just because they are called “anti-national” because they are anti-political and there is nothing other than suppression of freedom of speech”, says Shiv Sena.

Uddhav Thackeray said in an editorial in its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, “Patriotism is not a monopoly of any party … We are surprised that when politicians understand that action (air attack) was part of duty (of soldiers) and no action was done.”

Those who demand proof of air strikes and demanding votes for military fats are equally incorrect, Shiv Sena said, mentioning Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari who recently wore military fat at a rally.

BJP’s ally Shiv Sena at the Center said, “Why does he work strictly after wearing heavy uniforms of soldiers and after hard work, it supports the allegations of the opposition that the BJP is politicizing the air strikes Still working.” In Maharashtra

“We have basically failed to stop the number of casualties of our soldiers, but for some political reasons, we wear camouflage (organization) and campaign. It does not look good when the EC has to intervene and images from political parties You have to say no to use. ” Young in political campaigns, “it said.

Shiv Sena appreciated the “real courage” shown by the soldiers of Army Colonel Santosh Mahadik and Maj Prasad Mahadik, Swati Mahadik and Gauri Mahadik’s wives, to join armed forces to join their armed forces and join the armed forces for the verdict.

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