Uddhav Thackeray besmirch BJP’s candidate in rally

Uddhav Thackeray

Uddhav Thackeray made it a point that he goes for the rally in Kankavali, you will know why!

On Wednesday, Uddhav Thackeray especially went to campaign against Nitesh Rane and attacking the BJP, the Shiv Sena chief said that Narayan Rane and his sons should not have been absorbed in the saffron party.

Around two weeks after the announcement of BJP-Shiv Sena alliance, Uddhav Thackeray, Chief of Shiv Sena, campaigned against BJP’s candidate Nitesh Rane for Kankabali assembly constituency. This is among the two seats where both Shiv Sena and BJP have filed nominations and will fight for the seat.

Yesterday, Uddhav Thackeray went on the campaign and was heard besmirching Nitesh Rane and firing shots at BJP saying Narayan Rane and his sons should be thrown out of the saffron party (BJP). He took a leap by calling Narayan Rane an ‘Elusive Monster’.

As the campaigns for the Assembly Polls of Maharashtra are coming to an end, Narayan Rane, the former CM of Maharashtra joined BJP on Tuesday. He even merged MSP (Maharashtra Swabhiman Paksha) with BJP. In recent times, Narayan Rane has been finding it difficult to make a mark in politics.

Satish Sawant has been given the ticket for Kankavali whereas Narayan’s son Nitesh is seeking another term on BJP ticket from the same place. Uddhav Thackeray very passively, without taking Nitesh’s name said how BJP can give ticket to someone like him. He went on saying, ‘This man is a backstabber, we don’t want him for sure but even our friend [BJP] should not have him in the party’. Thackeray was surprised on BJP’s choice when many ‘good candidates from the BJP, RSS’ were available.

On Tuesday, Devendra Fadnavis, Maharashtra’s CM also had a rally in the same area for Nitesh Rane, he neither used harsh words for Shiv Sena nor for their candidate Satish Sawant in his speech, however did he ask people to vote for Nitesh Rane.

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