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Trending news: BJP may face a big setback in Maharashtra, ex-servicemen’s organization said this – Hindustan News Hub

Maharashtra Politics: In Maharashtra, BJP has started preparations for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of Eknath Shinde. All the parties have also tightened their gears for the municipal elections to be held in Maharashtra. But at this time the organization of 10 lakh ex-servicemen associated with BJP is very angry with the working style of the party. This can give a big blow to BJP in the upcoming elections.

The office bearers of this organization say that Devendra Fadnavis is not paying attention to them nowadays and they are not being heard. These people are not even getting the time to meet Fadnavis, due to which all the problems of ex-servicemen are not being resolved. Nor is the organization of these ex-servicemen getting due respect in the party.

Expressed displeasure by going to BJP office
Today, these ex-servicemen showed their strength by visiting the BJP office at Nariman Point in Mumbai and expressed their displeasure in front of the BJP. Also met BJP’s Maharashtra President Chandrashekhar Bawankule.

Complaint made to Maharashtra BJP President
According to Narayan Ankshe, the organization president of the ex-servicemen, the ex-servicemen had joined the BJP with great expectations. He said that he hoped that BJP would pay attention to his problems but BJP is not living up to its promise, which was complained to Maharashtra BJP President Bawankule today.

Had faith in PM Modi
This organization says that they had a lot of trust in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but BJP is not solving the problems of those people. Because of this, they are very frustrated and upset. He says that if it continues like this, very soon his organization will leave BJP. This can give a big blow to the BJP in the state.

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