MUMBAI: Ever since the Shiv Sena formed a government in collaboration with the Congress in Maharashtra, the political equations are seen to be changing. Raj Thackeray's party Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) is in the fray with a new team and is now targeting Shiv Sena itself. On Friday, the MNS has put up posters outside the house of Maharashtra CM and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, asking the Pakistani-Bangladeshi infiltrators out of the country to begin with their locality.
The poster posted by MNS says, 'Honorable CM, if you are serious about taking out Bangladeshi and Pakistani infiltrators, first start with your locality Bandra. Because that area is full of intruders'. It is noteworthy that Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray has announced that his government will not implement the National Citizenship Register (NRC) in the state. At the same time, at the time of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) being introduced in Parliament, the party had walked out of the House.
Recently, during his party's program, Raj Thackeray released a new party flag. The flag which was earlier filled with five colors has now been made saffron. If the flag of the party changed, then its manner of functioning also changed. In a few days, the party has not openly supported the Citizenship Amendment Act, but has used strict language against the intruders.