Shiv Sena targets BJP over murder of builder in the city

PTI
Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Mumbai: Chastising the Maharashtra government over the law and order situation in the wake of the killing of a businessman in Pune, the Shiv Sena said on Tuesday the incident should set off alarm bells for the BJP-led dispensation.

Further taking a swipe at Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ claims of maintaining a good law and order in the state, the ally said the BJP won at the Centre and in Maharashtra because of industrialists and traders, but they were the ones bearing the brunt now.

Mumbai: Chastising the Maharashtra government over the law and order situation in the wake of the killing of a businessman in Pune, the Shiv Sena said on Tuesday the incident should set off alarm bells for the BJP-led dispensation.

Further taking a swipe at Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ claims of maintaining a good law and order in the state, the ally said the BJP won at the Centre and in Maharashtra because of industrialists and traders, but they were the ones bearing the brunt now.

The Sena’s remarks come after a 56-year-old real estate businessman, Deven Shah, was allegedly shot dead by two unidentified men outside his house in the Deccan Gymkhana area of Pune on Saturday late night.

“The killers in Pune are roaming freely. If they are not reigned in time, then the city, which is known for its cultural values, will become ugly. The killing of Deven Shah should ring alarm bells for the government,” the party said in an editorial in party mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.

“Industrialists and traders have brought BJP to power at the Centre and in Maharashtra but they are the ones who are getting killed. This raises questions on Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ stand that the law and order situation in the state is good,” it added.

Fadnavis recently asserted that the law and order situation in the state was ‘absolutely good’. Earlier this month, Pune and Mumbai, witnessed unruly mobs going on a rampage, damaging public property and bringing economic activity to a standstill.

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