Refusing to speak on the role NCP had played during the trust vote of Devendra Fadnavis government in Maharashtra, BJP national president Amit Shah Saturday said he would comment on it at an “appropriate time”.
“Public will get answers. I will speak at appropriate time,” said Shah, while evading a media query on BJP allegedly taking support from NCP to save Fadnavis government despite leveling serious allegations against Sharad Pawar led party during campaigning of the state Assembly elections.
Shah, who was at Auranagbad in Marathwada region, a day after attending an inauguration of crushing season of Paithan-based Sant Eknath Cooperative Sugar factory on Friday, also parried questions on whether BJP is holding any fresh talks with Shiv Sena about joining the government.
Shiv Sena as well as the Congress have been slamming BJP over “taking NCP support” to save Fadnavis government.
Meanwhile, the BJP president met local party leaders and workers during his Auranagbad tour, and reportedly discussed strategy for strengthening party base in the region.