CM Uddhav Thackeray
MUMBAI: Though hypothesis has been rife that Shiv Sena and NCP are contesting the subsequent polls collectively, chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday prevented clarifying about any future alliance between the 2 events.
Chatting with a Marathi information channel, Thackeray mentioned the following elections are nonetheless far-off. Requested if Sena and NCP or all three Maha Vikas Aghadi companions – Sena, Congress and NCP — will contest the following polls collectively, he mentioned, “Elections are far-off. We’ve joined palms not only for the sake of doing it, however for a sound cause. Each social gathering (Sena-Cong-NCP) has completely different views, and we all know our limitations, however we’ve come collectively by means of a typical minimal programme.”
Thackeray mentioned that he has good relations with PM Narendra Modi and Union residence minister Amit Shah. The CM mentioned in what was seen as a taunt to Maharashtra BJP leaders, “They each have agreed to all of my requests. Apparently, some may really feel a ache of their abdomen for that reason.” Reacting to the BJP’s view that the events who’ve shaped the federal government are in a ‘live-in’ relationship, Thackeray mentioned, “We had been with them (BJP) earlier, have parted by means of divorce. In order that they needn’t fear about us, why are they fearful about us.”