Uddhav Thackeray reacted on Saturday. (File pic)
Maharashtra Congress: Recently, the Congress had expressed its desire to contest the next assembly elections to be held in 2024 alone.
Mumbai. Congress included in Maharashtra government wants to contest elections alone in 2024. In such a situation, Shiv Sena chief and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has also given a strong message to the Congress. He says that in future, Shiv Sena can also contest elections alone without any coalition party. However, since the country is currently battling the pandemic, this is not all the time to do electoral politics.
Uddhav Thackeray This reaction of Shiv Sena has come during the virtual meeting on the occasion of 55th Foundation Day. Recently, the Congress had expressed its desire to contest the next assembly elections to be held in 2024 alone. Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole had announced that the next Chief Minister of the state would be from the Congress itself. He had said that if the party allows, he himself is ready to become the face of the next Chief Minister in the state. Shiv Sena says that it is clear that till Nana Patole is not made Chief Minister of Congress in Maharashtra in 2024, he will not sit silent.
Shiv Sena chief and Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said, ‘This is our birthright. But now is not the right time. As long as the corona pandemic remains a challenge for everyone, we should keep electoral politics away. Instead we should work for the betterment of the people of the state.
Uddhav Thackeray said, “One does not need to show strength in elections alone… For me, the word ‘solo’ also relates to self-respect and self-respect. It can be used to raise voice against injustice. When there is no capacity to bear the weight of the sword, then what is the use of hollow slogans.’
Promoting the spirit of Shiv Sena workers, he said, “Shiv Sena has become stronger in the last 55 years. It is not a party lusting for power. Also it will not bend under pressure. We have inherited a rich legacy from the late Bal Thackeray.