Shiv Sena to hold legislative party meeting tomorrow

30 Oct 2019 02:24 PM

Shiv Sena to hold legislative party meeting tomorrow

Updated 30 Oct 2019 02:24 PM

Shiv Sena to have a legislative party meeting tomorrow, at the party headquarters in Mumbai. he love-hate relationship between BJP and Shiv Sena is in the open yet again.

The old allies, after winning the Assembly elections together, are fighting over formation of government, with Shiv Sena insisting on rotational Chief Ministership, a condition not acceptable to BJP.

On Tuesday, the tussle took a new turn when Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut threatened to explore "other options", despite which BJP leader Devendra Fadanvis asserted that he would be the Chief Minister for entire 5-year period.

In a no-filter attack on BJP, Raut said on Tuesday, "There's no Dushyant Chautala here whose father is in jail. We do politics of truth in Maharashtra. if someone tries to keep us away from power, it is not called politics of truth. We are seeing what's happening and how low people can stoop."

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