Mumbai, Nov 30: Rubbishing rumours of his resignation, Maharashtra deputy chief minister R R Patil on Sunday, Nov 30 said the BJP had no right to demand the resignation of the ruling Congress-NCP leaders in wake of the terrorist attacks on the city on November 26.
''Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi did not resign after the Akshardham attacks in 2002 nor senior BJP leader L K Advani resigned following Parliament attacks in 2001, so why is the BJP demanding our resignation,'' Mr Patil said while speaking to mediapersons here.
He also said the terror attacks on the Metropolis on November 26 were being investigated and they were getting evidences. However, he refused to divulge any further details.
Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil has submitted his resignation owing moral responsibility for the worst ever terror attacks on the city.