'Uddhav is regretting not aligning with BJP', says minister
'Uddhav is regretting not aligning with BJP', says minister

Mumbai: Maharashtra minister Deepak Kesarkar on Wednesday alleged that Uddhav Thackeray regrets not forging an alliance with the BJP. He said that Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) had lured Uddhav to power for 5 years. Addressing a press conference, Kesarkar said, "I myself have seen how sensitive PM Narendra Modi is to Balasaheb Thackeray. As soon as he (PM Modi) reached Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray said that he would resign and Will forge an alliance with BJP. The PM also gave him time to convince his party members, but he broke his promise in the greed of becoming the CM."

He also said that Uddhav Thackeray has no right to call Shinde faction leaders fugitives and asked them to bring the truth in front of everyone. Kesarkar said, "Even Uddhav Thackeray realized his mistake in forging an alliance with the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and breaking away from the ideology of Hindutva." 

Recently, Uddhav Thackeray, former CM of Maharashtra and head of Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) said that the Supreme Court's decision on the disqualification of rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena should come first and after that the Election Commission should take a decision on whether the parent party Whose is it? Uddhav had said this in a press conference. A minister in the Shinde government termed it an attempt to gain "sympathy". He said, "What was the need to make such a statement in public? You could have filed a petition in the Supreme Court that you have a certain demand. It is just an attempt to garner sympathy, but politics does not work on sympathy." On Wednesday, Uddhav Thackeray in his media address at Matoshree said that the Election Commission (EC) should withhold its decision on the original symbol of the Shiv Sena party till the Supreme Court gives its order on the disqualification of the rebel MLAs.

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