Shiv Sena's mouthpiece recalled that Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil was with the Sena and how he and his father had got ministerial berths in state and central governments respectively. But he changed party after the Sena went out of power.
“We don’t agree with each other’s political ideology, but calling them (Opposition parties) ‘anti-national’ for raising questions is flawed propaganda. It is the suppression of freedom of expression,” Sena wrote in Saamana editorial.
“BJP president Amit Shah has talked about his party winning 380 seats in the 2019 elections. The party will have to fight 500-550 seats to achieve that number...," an editorial in the Sena mouth piece Saamana said.