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Shiv Sena takes dig at NCP over Pankaja's visit to Chhagan Bhujbal

Bhujbal is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago

Taking a jibe at the leadership in the backdrop of Munde's visit to beleaguered fomer Deputy Chief Minister in a hospital, the on Friday said should take "lessons on humanity" from the state Women and Child Development Minister.

Bhujbal, facing judicial custody in an alleged money laundering case, is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago. The senior leader was arrested by the in March and was lodged in the Arthur Road Jail.

"We feel sorry for the state Bhujbal is in today. The NCP, for which Bhujbal wronged late chief Bal Thackeray, has today left him in the lurch. We thus feel surprised at Munde's courage to visit him in the hospital and inquire about his health," an editorial in mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.

"Pictures of Bhujbal being leaked, showing his frail body are heart-wrenching, but the bosses have displayed a complete lack of empathy," said the editorial, which also has allusions to Bhujbal's days as a hard-core leader before joining the NCP.

"Everyone was praising Bhujbal in his 'acche din' (good days). All his bosses were in awe of speeches he made in the Legislature. But today nobody had gone to meet a tired Bhujbal," the editorial said.

"Bhujbal is behind bars for corruption and economic offences. While other leaders may be out and enjoying themselves now, they should have met him to inquire about life inside jail and facilities provided there," it said.

The said late BJP leader would have shown the same courage as (his daugther) had displayed by visiting Bhujbal.

"Everyone has to pay a price for their wrongdoings. But, what is the harm in keeping humanity alive? (leaders) Praful Patel, and should learn something from Pankaja," the said.

called on Bhujbal on Wednesday and spent around half-an-hour with him.

The visit created a flutter in political circles, triggering speculations it was a deft move by Panakaja to flaunt the 'backward class card' by calling on Bhujbal, who also hails from the OBC background.

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Shiv Sena takes dig at NCP over Pankaja's visit to Chhagan Bhujbal

Bhujbal is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Chhagan Bhujbal.
Chhagan Bhujbal, former deputy chief minister of Maharashtra

Taking a jibe at the leadership in the backdrop of Munde's visit to beleaguered fomer Deputy Chief Minister in a hospital, the on Friday said should take "lessons on humanity" from the state Women and Child Development Minister.

Bhujbal, facing judicial custody in an alleged money laundering case, is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago. The senior leader was arrested by the in March and was lodged in the Arthur Road Jail.

"We feel sorry for the state Bhujbal is in today. The NCP, for which Bhujbal wronged late chief Bal Thackeray, has today left him in the lurch. We thus feel surprised at Munde's courage to visit him in the hospital and inquire about his health," an editorial in mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.

"Pictures of Bhujbal being leaked, showing his frail body are heart-wrenching, but the bosses have displayed a complete lack of empathy," said the editorial, which also has allusions to Bhujbal's days as a hard-core leader before joining the NCP.

"Everyone was praising Bhujbal in his 'acche din' (good days). All his bosses were in awe of speeches he made in the Legislature. But today nobody had gone to meet a tired Bhujbal," the editorial said.

"Bhujbal is behind bars for corruption and economic offences. While other leaders may be out and enjoying themselves now, they should have met him to inquire about life inside jail and facilities provided there," it said.

The said late BJP leader would have shown the same courage as (his daugther) had displayed by visiting Bhujbal.

"Everyone has to pay a price for their wrongdoings. But, what is the harm in keeping humanity alive? (leaders) Praful Patel, and should learn something from Pankaja," the said.

called on Bhujbal on Wednesday and spent around half-an-hour with him.

The visit created a flutter in political circles, triggering speculations it was a deft move by Panakaja to flaunt the 'backward class card' by calling on Bhujbal, who also hails from the OBC background.

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Shiv Sena takes dig at NCP over Pankaja's visit to Chhagan Bhujbal

Bhujbal is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago

Bhujbal is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago
Taking a jibe at the leadership in the backdrop of Munde's visit to beleaguered fomer Deputy Chief Minister in a hospital, the on Friday said should take "lessons on humanity" from the state Women and Child Development Minister.

Bhujbal, facing judicial custody in an alleged money laundering case, is currently recuperating at state-run J J hospital after he fell ill a few days ago. The senior leader was arrested by the in March and was lodged in the Arthur Road Jail.

"We feel sorry for the state Bhujbal is in today. The NCP, for which Bhujbal wronged late chief Bal Thackeray, has today left him in the lurch. We thus feel surprised at Munde's courage to visit him in the hospital and inquire about his health," an editorial in mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.

"Pictures of Bhujbal being leaked, showing his frail body are heart-wrenching, but the bosses have displayed a complete lack of empathy," said the editorial, which also has allusions to Bhujbal's days as a hard-core leader before joining the NCP.

"Everyone was praising Bhujbal in his 'acche din' (good days). All his bosses were in awe of speeches he made in the Legislature. But today nobody had gone to meet a tired Bhujbal," the editorial said.

"Bhujbal is behind bars for corruption and economic offences. While other leaders may be out and enjoying themselves now, they should have met him to inquire about life inside jail and facilities provided there," it said.

The said late BJP leader would have shown the same courage as (his daugther) had displayed by visiting Bhujbal.

"Everyone has to pay a price for their wrongdoings. But, what is the harm in keeping humanity alive? (leaders) Praful Patel, and should learn something from Pankaja," the said.

called on Bhujbal on Wednesday and spent around half-an-hour with him.

The visit created a flutter in political circles, triggering speculations it was a deft move by Panakaja to flaunt the 'backward class card' by calling on Bhujbal, who also hails from the OBC background.
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