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Central Agencies Played A Big Role In BJP Victory In UP, Alleges Sena Mouthpiece

Shiv Sena stated that the federal authorities played a key role in guaranteeing the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) win in Uttar Pradesh, two days after Pm Narendra Modi stated in his triumph speech that the opposition leaders were exerting pressure on national investigative authorities.

Mayawati was a great illustration of what pressure techniques are used towards political opponents, according to a Saturday commentary in the Sena newspaper Saamana, which also claimed that the central authorities were neither impartial nor non-partisan.

Whenever these independent organizations take measures towards the corrupt, these individuals and their whole ecosystem discredit and smear these organizations to safeguard the corrupt, Pm Narendra Modi said in his victory address on the 10th of March that today they are witnessing.  They either portray it as a protest against the state, a group, or a caste, according to him.


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Modi's comments were interpreted as an oblique shot at states like Maharashtra and West Bengal, which have protested about the abuse of federal agencies towards their leaders.

Mayawati's Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) remained absent from the election, according to the article, and the ballots were redirected to the Bharatiya Janata Party, which benefited. Mayawati formerly dominated Uttar Pradesh like a tigress, but she was forced to withdraw from the poll after being pressured by government authorities over her disproportionate assets issue. The BJP's triumph in Uttar Pradesh was aided by pressure from national government agencies.

It goes on to say that during his victory speech, Prime Minister Modi stated that opposition groups are exerting pressure on central investigative agencies. The masses will not agree with the Prime Minister's viewpoints. Mayawati is a perfect instance of how to use pressure techniques.

The Maharashtra Bharatiya Janata party spokesman stated that it does not reply to criticism expressed in Saamana as a matter of policy.

Sanjay Raut, a Shiv Sena politician and Member of Parliament (MP), addressed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 28 notifying him of suspected extortion attempts by some Enforcement Directorate (ED) personnel and Bharatiya Janata Party leaders.

How can revealing the relationship between corrupt Bharatiya Janata Party politicians and central agencies put pressure on the agencies, according to the editorial? How could providing information to investigative authorities on the BJP's corrupt members be considered putting pressure on government agencies, it said? Because West Bengal and Maharashtra would not become Delhi's slaves, the federal authorities are being utilised against them.

In the wake of action against various Sena leaders, including persons connected to Yashwant Jadhav, Sanjay Raut, Anandrao Adsul, Rahul Kanal, Bhavana Gawali, Pratap Sarnaik, as well as Anil Parab, the Sena spokesperson questioned the federal authorities' dogged pursuit.

According to the editorial, Bharatiya Janata party officials in Maharashtra issue warnings in the name of central agencies, prompting rapid action. This does not indicate that the agencies are independent or unbiased. All of this is been undertaken to bring Maharashtra to its knees, to undermine Marathi's pride, and to bring Maharashtra to its knees. If this trend continues after winning in four states, Maharashtra would have to battle this injustice.