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"Modi is losing his charm and stature to Rahul Gandhi": Sanjay Raut

He also wrote that the "Modi lehar" is no more effective as the public has lost all faith in the present government.

Saima Siddiqui

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Published on 7 Jan 2019 11:44 AM GMT

Modi is losing his charm and stature to Rahul Gandhi: Sanjay Raut
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New Delhi: The Shiv Sena spokesperson, Sanjay Raut on Sunday wrote in Shiv Sena's political newspaper that India is moving towards a fractured mandate and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is responsible for it

The fiery statements of Shiv Sena are constantly creating ripples in the political waters as the party is targeting Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for its policies.

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Sanjay Raut, who is the executive editor of 'Saamana' a political newspaper of the Shiv Sena, wrote in his editorial of the Sunday edition that "India is leading towards a 'fractured mandate' and Modi is responsible for it."

He said that PM Modi has lost his larger than life image, all credit to his undemocratic policies.

According to Raut, people voted for Modi just because they didn't have any option to choose between BJP and Congress, but the PM has lost the golden opportunity.

"Rahul Gandhi's leadership may not be as effective as Modi but his popularity is growing with great expanse" wrote Raut.

He also wrote that the "Modi lehar" is no more effective as the public has lost all faith in the present government.

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The Shiv Sena MP also expressed his views on BJP member Nitin Gadkari, calling him a victim of political conspiracy who fell prey to BJP members' manipulation. Raut mentioned how Gadkari was denied a second term in 2009 when he was the BJP President.

He also wrote that Gadkari is looking forward to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections hoping to get a top notch post.

Previously, the Sena chief's statements have caused a lot of political tension between Shiv Sena and BJP. These statements are expected to further widen the rift between the two parties.

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