In one of the first attacks on Shiv Sena since they left BJP-led NDA, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday questioned their flip-flop over the Citizenship Amendment Bill. While responding to the debate on the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha, Shah questioned the change in Sena's stand.
Shiv Sena decided not to support the bill in Rajya Sabha, just a day after voting for bill on Monday.
"Shiv Sena supported the Bill yesterday. They should tell the people of Maharashtra as to what happened within the span of a night that they changed their stand today," Shah said during the debate.