Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday demanded the Modi government to implement the Civil Code of Civil Conduct in the country. In his traditional rally on Vijayadashami in Mumbai, he said that people used to ask us questions about an alliance with BJP. But today we can say that we supported the BJP to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Now as soon as possible, Home Minister Amit Shah should implement the Uniform Civil Code. It should make laws for the construction of Ram temple.
Uddhav said, “We have always raised our voice for the Ram temple in Ayodhya and will continue to strive till its construction.” Modi government enacted laws for temple construction. We can die, but will not let our promise go in vain. This is the policy of Shiv Sena. We never did politics in the name of Ram. Shriram renounced everything for his father. Shall we do politics in his name? ”Uddhav said that Shiv Sainiks do not bow down to anyone except Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Marathi people.
‘Sharad Pawar, Mayawati cannot run the country’
Shiv Sena president targeted opposition parties including Congress, NCP in view of assembly elections in Maharashtra. He said, “Do you think Sharad Pawar, Mayawati or any other leader can run the country?” That is why we joined the alliance with the BJP at the Center and the state. An alliance between the SP and the BSP took place in Uttar Pradesh, we well know their condition. ”
‘I saw Crocodile tears for the first time: Thackeray
Uddhav took a dig at Sharad Pawar’s emotional Ajit Pawar’s press conference. He said that in the past; we saw Ajit Pawar crying in the news, for the first time I have seen crocodile tears. They involved him in revenge politics in his executive but assures that we will not promote it. During this, Thackeray claimed a strong comeback of the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance in the Maharashtra elections.
Fadnavis to sit behind Shiv Sena president next year: Raut
Sanjay Raut said that now the time makes Shiv Sena Chief Minister in Maharashtra. At the Dussehra rally next year, we will see Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis sitting behind Shiv Sena President Thackeray. Shiv Sena aims to win 124 seats, I hope we will get success in at least 100 seats. Our plan is not just to win the election, but we want to hoist our flag on the ministry. The BJP is contesting 164 out of 288 assembly seats in Maharashtra. The state will go to polls on October 21, the results will come on the 24th.