In the recently held Assembly elections, the people of Maharashtra have preferred the grand alliance of BJP and Shiv Sena to establish a strong and steady Government. Both political parties joined hands due to the common ideology of Hindutva. Leaders of both parties are aware of the interests of the State and the Hindu community; however, pseudo-secular opposition parties are taking disadvantage of the delay in forming the Government. The farmers of Maharashtra have suffered great losses due to the unseasonal rains. In such a situation, to safeguard the interests of the people of Maharashtra and Hindutva, the BJP and Shiv Sena reach a consensus as soon as possible and establish a firm Government, said Ramesh Shinde, the National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. He further said, “This is not just our point of view but devout Hindus, Varkaris, various spiritual and patriotic organisations also feel that the united power of Hindus should not be divided.”
During 1992-93, riots took place in Maharashtra when the Babri Masjid on Shriram Janmabhoomi was demolished in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court is likely to announce its verdict in Shriram Janmabhoomi case very soon. After this, anti-national powers are likely to instigate anarchy. In such a situation, it is essential that a firm and competent Government must be at the helm in Maharashtra. This is the feeling of all devout Hindus of the State, he said.