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Aurangabad name change: AIMIM MP targets Uddhav, says ‘you are setting a great example of cheap politics’


Bright Times News: At the last cabinet meeting, Uddhav Thackeray announced that Aurangabad in Maharashtra would be named after Chhatrapati Shivaji’s son Shambhaji. According to informed sources, Uddhav followed the path of Hinduism as a last resort to save the government. This time Uddhav is targeting AIMIM. This time the party has brought charges of cheap politics against Uddhav.

Regarding the renaming of Aurangabad, MIM MP Imtiyaz Jaleel said, “History cannot be changed by changing the name.” He alleged that Uddhav Thackeray had set an example in this regard. Aiming at Uddhav, he said, “The chief minister of the coalition government is pursuing such cheap politics for fear of losing power.

It’s possible that the former chief minister knew sooner that his administration would not last. In anticipation of that, the Uddhav cabinet approved the name change of Aurangabad in the last cabinet meeting last Wednesday. Shambhaji Nagar is going to be the new name of Aurangabad.

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The name of Osmanabad city was also changed at the same time. Darashiv is going to change the name of Ahmedabad. The rebel camp was sharply critical of Uddhav’s Hindutva image. It is alleged that the decision was taken by the Uddhav cabinet to restore the image of Hindutva and respond to the rebels.

The last meeting of the Uddhav Cabinet also decided to change the name of Navi Mumbai Airport. The airport will bear DB Patil’s name in honor of the late farmer activist. Previously, it was requested that the government rename the Navi Mumbai airport in honor of the late Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray.

In the last three years in Maharashtra, there have been multiple allegations against the Uddhav government. Additionally, some assert that this administration is not devoted to the advancement of farmers.

Besides resigning, the resigned chief minister made a last effort to save the government. Tried to create the image of Hinduism as well as to get the minds of the farmers. In desperation, he altered his name in several locations, including the airport.

On Thursday, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari ordered the Uddhav administration to demonstrate its majority in the parliament. The coalition government approached the Supreme Court challenging Rajapaksa’s directive.

But the verdict in the apex court turned everything upside down. The Governor’s order remains in force. Uddhav had to step down from the post of Chief Minister as he did not have the required majority to save the government.

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