Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that he is no United States of America’s President Donald Trump, who can tolerate the people’s suffering.
Thackeray made this statement in a promotionalvideo of an interviewthat he had recorded earlier this week for Saamana, the mouthpiece of the ruling Shiv Sena, which he heads.
In the interview conducted by Sanjay Raut, executive editor of Saamana and a Sena member of the Rajya Sabha, Thackeray categorically stated that his decisions would be based on the betterment of the people without any fear or favour.
“I am not [Donald] Trump; I cannot see my people suffer before my eyes,” Thackeray said in a short clip released by Raut as a teaser campaign for the upcoming two-part interview.
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The interview will be published in the Marathi daily on July 25 and July 26 ahead of the CM’s 60th birthday on July 27.
Thackeray said that the past six months have brought