Shiv Sena, BJP will join hands after elections, says MNS chief Raj Thackeray

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Pune | Published: February 17, 2017 12:04:16 PM

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray has attacked both BJP and Shiv Sena and said that both parties will come together and share power soon.

Both parties are in power in Centre as well as the State but has no good work to show, he says. (PTI)Both parties are in power in Centre as well as the State but has no good work to show, he says. (PTI)

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray has attacked both BJP and Shiv Sena and said that both parties will come together and share power soon. Speaking at a punlic rally in Pune, he said that both parties by making allegations against each other are just fooling the public and will soon hands to share power, a ‘The Indian Express’ report has said. He added that both parties are in power in Centre as well as the State but has no good work to show. Eve though public has nothing to do with fights between them, but BJP and Shiv Sena do it to gain attention.

He added that both parties are in power in Centre as well as the State but has no good work to show. Eve though public has nothing to do with fights between them, but BJP and Shiv Sena do it to gain attention.

Alleging that Shiv Sena and the BJP had given tickets to 77 candidates, with serious offences against them in Nashik Municipal Corporation, Raj Thackeray added that the BJP did not have candidates to contest elections, but have been gettting them from other political parties. The MNS chief further said that the Shiv Sena has only been threatening to withdraw support to BJP-led government in Maharashtra, but don’t have reasons that stops them from doing so.

“The Sena should have withdrawn support after Prime Minister Narendra Modi ignored the presence of Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray during the grand function to lay the foundation for the construction of memorial of Maratha King Shivaji in Arabian Sea. It seems they can’t stay away from power and money that is possible by being in power,” Thackeray was quoted to have said by the paper.

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“If the voters do not recognise the good work done by genuine corporators, then the good corporators would also follow the footsteps of those not doing good work,” he added. In the meantime, the Congress and NCP have focused on holding roadshows to reach out to most number of voters as only few days are left for the campaign to get over.

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