Despite Amit Shah-Uddhav Thackeray meet, Shiv Sena’s position on contesting elections solo is unchanged, says Sanjay Raut

The Shiv Sena on Thursday showed it had not changed its position of challenging every single future decision solo, even following a marathon two-hour connect building meeting between its boss Uddhav Thackeray with partner BJP President Amit Shah on Wednesday.

Sena MP and representative Sanjay Raut told mediapersons, “The choice to challenge all races in future was taken by the gathering’s National Executive. In what manner can any pariah come and impact it?”

In any case, he said Thackeray will make the gathering’s stand obvious at his open gathering planned later on Thursday in Palghar, the Lok Sabha situate won by the BJP a week ago, which saw relations between the two partners fall to a record-breaking low.

To commute home the point further, the Sena has declared its possibility for the Maharashtra Legislative Council decisions to Mumbai and Konkan Graduates Constituencies.

The BJP has additionally announced its possibility for the 25 June surveys.

A conspicuous difference, Congress state President Ashok Chavan embraced a mollifying signal by not setting up any contender for the decisions to four MLC seats, however pronounced unqualified help to hopefuls speaking to “common powers”.

The Congress will back Nationalist Congress Party’s Najib Mulla for Konkan, Loktantrik Janata Dal (Sharad Yadav’s) Kapil Patil for Mumbai Teachers Constituency, Peasants and Workers Party’s Rajendra Korde for Mumbai Graduates Constituency and Teachers Democratic Front’s Sandeep Bedse for Nashik Teachers Constituency.

On its part, the BJP has shown a demeanor of certainty, with a few pioneers hopeful that the two most seasoned partners will hold hands for the Lok Sabha as well as the Maharashtra Assembly decisions, both planned for 2019.

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