Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece Saamna often publishes something or the other which becomes a topic of discussion. Once again Shiv Sena is in an editorial discussion. Prime Minister Modi has been praised in this editorial published on Saturday. At the same time, strong words have been used for Home Minister Amit Shah. The article describes Modi as the real face of the BJP. It has also been said that in view of the 2024 elections, PM Modi is taking bold steps and correcting the old mistakes. This article is written by Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena spokesperson and Associate Editor of Saamana.
Lost West Bengal and lost an old friend in Maharashtra
However, in this editorial of Saamana, Home Minister Amit Shah has not been praised at all. Saamana has blamed Amit Shah for the defeat of West Bengal. The article said that Amit Shah lost the Bengal election for the party. At the same time, Maharashtra also lost its 25-year-old ally Shiv Sena. The newspaper writes, ‘PM Modi is the real face of BJP. Everyone else is like a torn mask. Without Modi, if these torn masks also landed in the municipal elections, then they would not be able to win. Keeping this in mind, PM Modi has started preparations for the 2024 elections.
Praise for changing Chief Minister, told Nadda good
It is further written in the editorial of Saamana that ever since JP Nadda became the President of BJP, there are constant changes in the party. According to the newspaper, Modi and Nadda have taken reformist steps in BJP-ruled states. The party will get the benefit of this in the general elections to be held in 2024. At the same time, the newspaper has also praised the BJP for changing the Chief Minister in three states. On the removal of Vijay Rupani in Gujarat, Saamna has written that new trees have been planted by removing old banyan trees from here.
A close watch on the Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh, Himachal and Haryana
This Marathi daily further wrote that Modi and Nadda are now keeping a close watch on the Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. According to this, Nadda is making this change after the BJP lost in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Maharashtra. Sanjay Raut has attacked Amit Shah in this article. He writes, ‘It was said that Amit Shah cannot lose an election. But it was during his time that the BJP-Shiv Sena lost their 25-year-old association. Now BJP is sitting in opposition. On the other hand, due to policy matters, the state BJP in Maharashtra refrains from commenting on the editorial of Saamana.