Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray did not hold back as he slammed the Bhartiya Janta Party on a range of issues- from commitment to Hindutva to the farmers’s agitation against the Centre’s farm laws. Speaking in the state assembly, the Shiv Sena chief said that the BJP should not comment on his party’s commitment to Hindutva when it hasn’t even conferred Bharat Ratna on Savarkar. Hitting back at the former ally, Thackeray said if barbed wire fences such as those erected to stop protesting farmers had been erected along the border, China would not have been able to intrude. Further, he said chanting ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ does not guarantee love for the country especially when farmers are protesting on the streets. The Maharashtra CM questioned BJP’s alliance with separatist PDP in Kashmir, critiqued the delay in the construction of Ram Mandir and went on to take a jibe at the Central government for renaming Motera cricket stadium.