"The Chief Minister has refused to waive off the entire loans of farmers saying there is already huge debt on the government. The government thinks Maharashtra's condition will become like Greece if it makes additional expenditure. The financial condition of the state is the result of the (misgovernance) previous regime," Sena said in an edit in its mouthpiece 'Saamana'.

"The state is created with the hardwork of farmers, who have brought you (BJP) to power. If they have to keep dying in pain even now, what was the problem with the previous regime? The new government was chosen with the hope of a change. People thought their lives will become happier. The government is the servant of the people and thus it cannot speak the language of destroying lives of people," the edit added. The Shiv Sena said there is no rule which states that the new government has to follow the footsteps of the previous regime.

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