Uddhav Thackeray and Modi are like brothers,Center has the responsibility towards Maharashtra:Shiv Sena's Saamna reads

Uddhav Thackeray and Modi are like brothers,Center has the responsibility towards Maharashtra:Shiv Sena's Saamna reads

After a prolonged political drama in Maharashtra on Thursday Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray took over the thrones of Maharashtra as first chief minister of the Thackeray Family,the party mouth piece Saamana has said the coalition government will now act on the mistakes of the previous Devendra Fadnavis government.

Shiv Sena also added that PM Narendra Modi doesn’t belong to one party and must fulfill its responsibilities towards Maharashtra.

Saamana has written in its editorial that "Uddhav Thackeray took oath as the chief minister. The new government is like a revolution in Maharashtra. Uddhav's government will be of truth and justice for Maharashtra. In five years the Fadnavis government put Maharashtra in debts of Rs 5 lakh crore."

The Shiv Sena in its editorial said, "Therefore Uddhav Thackeray will have to act fast but very carefully."

It also noted that PM Narendra Modi sent greetings to Uddhav Thackeray.

The editoria added "For farmers of Maharashtra, relief has to come from the central government. Even though there are problems for Shiv Sena and BJP in Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray and Modi ji are like brothers for each other. Therefore for his younger brother of Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a responsibility,"

 The article further read, "Prime Minister is not just for one party but for the entire country. Delhi should accept what the people of Maharashtra have decided."

"We have shown Delhi our power. Maharashtra brings the most money to Delhi. The economy of the country is dependent on Mumbai. Mumbai provides the highest employment in the country. Even on the borders there is a lot of contribution from Maharashtra. Therefore Maharashtra should be given respect," Shiv Sena has said in Saamana.

It further read, "A saffron flag is hoisted in Vidhan Bhavan and Mantralaya. Maharashtra is on the path of a new beginning."