“Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP were the people who supported such a person,” the Shiv Sena added.
Shiv Sena on Monday, in its mouthpiece Saamana, said it would be good if India learns something from US President Donald Trump’s defeat while comparing the US Presidential election scenario with Bihar Assembly polls.
The editorial further read: “President Trump never deserved the position of head of the state. The American public rectified the mistake made about the same Trump in just four years. He could not fulfil even a single promise. If we can learn anything from Trump’s defeat, it would be good.”
The party stated that the unemployment epidemic in America is more than that of COVID-19. Donald Trump, however, instead of finding a solution, kept giving importance to the mockery of absurdities, vagrants and political chanting.
“The power has already changed in America. The incumbency in Bihar is at the bottom. In the Bihar assembly elections, the National Democratic Alliance led by Nitish Kumar is clearly losing. There is no alternative in the country and the state except us — people have to do the work of removing the leaders from this illusion,” the former ally of the BJP said.
Trump has not accepted the defeat. He has made “ridiculous” allegations of a scam in voting, the party further stated.
“It should not be forgotten how warmly Trump was welcomed in our country. It is not our culture to stand with the wrong man but it is still being done. Biden will become the head of the US,” the editorial said.
“Kamala Harris of Indian origin has been elected to the post of Vice President of America. Trump condemned her achievement, he did not respect a woman and our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP were the people who supported such a person,” the Sena added.
The party stated that no matter how India organised “Namaste Trump”, the sensible people of America have corrected their mistake by saying “Bye-Bye” to Trump and rectified their mistake
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