Fadnavis said this is "New India" which is filled with nationalism.
This is not the "Old India" which could not take a firm stand on the issue of national security, he said, addressing a joint gathering of Sena-BJP workers here.
"I feel the way BJP-Sena alliance has prepared itself, I am confident our alliance will cross the 42-seat mark this time (out of the total 48) in the state.
"We are the people who believe in country first," said Fadnavis.
Fadnavis said earlier governments only condemned terror attacks and approached world bodies like the United Nations with their grievances.
This New India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, gave the armed forces full liberty to take revenge for terror attacks and give a befitting reply, Fadnavis said.
"However, I feel sad when somepeople ask for proof from the armed forces. On one hand, they ask for proof from the armed forces and on the other they refer terrorist Masood Azhar as 'Azharji'.
"I know these people would never get elected, but I fear if by any chance they come into power tommorow they will change the history.
Hitting out at opposition parties, he said they have no sense of national prestige and are only interested in politics of power.
"They can go to any extent for power," said Fadnavis.
He said the alliance of the BJP-Shiv-Sena is "an alliance of ideology".
"We are Hindutva (parties) and are proud of it. Hindutva is not a limited concept so whosoever, irrespective of caste, creed and religion, has nationalism in him is part of this Hindutva.
"This is the thread that binds the Sena and the BJP together," said Fadnavis.
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