Uddhav’s Babri remark irks SP’s Maharashtra chief | India News

MUMBAI: Samajwadi Party’s state unit chief and MLA Abu Azmi on Thursday expressed displeasure over chief minister Uddhav Thackeray’s speech in the assembly which mentioned the Shiv Sena’s owning up of the demolition of Babri Masjid and said religion is not part of the common minimum programme (CMP) of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government, reports. He later told TOI that Congress and NCP ministers should resign in protest against the CM’s statement.
“It is a sad thing… The MVA government has not been formed by the Shiv Sena alone, but it is a three-party government of the Sena-Congress-NCP and is based on the CMP, where there is no scope for Hindu-Muslim or any religious issues,” the SP leader said in the assembly. Azmi said in the House, “We had almost forgotten the Babri incident, but the speech refreshed our wounds…”

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