Have joined BJP-RSS, will stop gundagardi: Navy veteran who was assaulted by Shiv Sainiks
Resigned Navy official, Madan Sharma, who was purportedly assaulted by individuals from Shiv Sena over an animation, has said he has joined the BJP and RSS and will stop "gundagardi" in Maharashtra.
"I have now joined BJP and RSS. We won't let any gundagardi occur in Maharashtra," said the Navy veteran.
Resigned maritime official Madan Sharma met Governor BS Koshyari on Tuesday and stated, "I have approached the lead representative for President's Rule. He has guaranteed that he will address the Center."
"For what reason is law found in two distinct manners? On the off chance that somebody is associated with a government official, at that point he will be dealt with diversely contrasted with an average person," asked Madan Sharma on Tuesday.
Emerging from Raj Bhavan subsequent to meeting the lead representative, Sharma stated, "I let him know of the occurrence. Segments under which blamed were reserved are feeble.
The lead representative guaranteed me that he'll make a move on my notice. I requested that state government be excused, President Rule's be forced. He guaranteed he will address the Center."
On Monday, Shiv Sena hit out at Madan Sharma and said wasn't he instructed how to regard a main pastor.
Shiv Sena, in its mouthpiece 'Saamana', ripped into the previous Navy official and stated, 'wasn't Madan Sharma instructed in the Navy to regard an individual holding a Constitutional post?'
Six speculated Shiv Sena laborers were conceded abandon Saturday on account of attack on the resigned Navy official for supposedly sending a depiction of the gathering president and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray via web-based media.
The six people were captured after nearby BJP MLA Atul Bhatkhalkar posted a video of the Friday's attack on the resigned official, Madan Sharma (62), on Twitter. A grumbling was documented against Sena laborers at Kandivali police headquarters.