Shiv Sena spokesman Sanjay Raut has targeted the Modi government at the Center through an article in the party’s mouthpiece Saamana. In his last column of the year, on Sunday, Sanjay Raut wrote that people are troubled in every sphere of life. The government has no revenue, but there is money to contest elections and topple the governments of the states. The country is moving towards more debt than revenue. Raut has written tauntingly that if the Prime Minister can sleep peacefully in this situation then it should be appreciated.
Sanjay Raut has further written in his column that Vijayvargiya has said that PM played an important role in toppling the government in Madhya Pradesh. If PM is enjoying political instability in states and can form his government then what can anyone say. He has said that he is the Prime Minister of the entire nation. The nation is formed to bring states together.
With the notion of bypassing the non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruled states, his government is destroying the federal structure of the country. There is instability in Kashmir, after the Congress government fell in Madhya Pradesh to form the BJP government. Farmers in Punjab are worried.
The metro project in Mumbai is being stopped. The central government is on the road to save Kangana Ranaut and Arnab Goswami. He further wrote that if the conspiracy does not stop, India will break like the Soviet Union.
Sanjay Raut has written in his column that there is a lack of trust with the central government. The democracy of the country is in the hands of few people. This is unfortunate for the Indian democratic society. He has said that Ambani and Adani’s wealth has increased this year.
Sanjay Raut also mentioned the corona virus epidemic in his column. He has said that millions of people lost their lives during Corona’s time and India lost its Parliament, the soul of democracy. Emotional issues like Ram Mandir are raised, but the government is not concerned about the feelings of the farmers. Three agricultural bills were passed on the basis of majority in Parliament. The country is being run for the benefit of some people.