"BJP government is the father of Nizam's government," Raut told a party function here.
During the campaigning for Assembly elections in West Bengal, Kerala and other states where BJP has very little presence, Modi addressed dozens of rallies but he did not have time to visit and see the plight of the drought-struck Marathwada, said Raut.
If the Prime Minister was serious about the problems of farmers, he should come and see the situation in Marathwada, he said.
Without naming BJP leader Eknath Khadse, who had to resign from the state cabinet over allegations of corruption, Raut said Shiv Sena had earlier stated that BJP had many "bubbles" which would soon burst. "Recently one of the bubbles burst," he said.