On Tuesday, Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackery said that the Congress-NCP alliance in Maharashtra lacked both leaders and direction.
He further claims that the Sena-BJP alliance will secure all 48-seats in the Lok Sabha Elections from Maharashtra, while addressing an election rally for sitting lawmaker Anandrao Adsul, contesting with Shiv Sena tickets.
Mr. Thackery said, “Congress-NCP alliance is leaderless and rudderless... They even struggled to find candidates.”
Claims that the air strike carried out by Indian Air Force on the biggest terror training camps in Pakistan’s Balakot has taught a lesson to the neighboring country, asserted the Shiv Sena Chief that for “a strong and safe nation”, PM Modi must seek another term in office.
The initiative taken by the ruling NDA government for farmer’s welfare were bearing fruit, added Mr. Thackery.
Referred to the reported scams that took place during the Congress-NCP regime in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena claims that if these parties come back to power, the nation would plunge into “darkness”.
Elections for Amravati Lok Sabha Constituency in Maharashtra (East) is scheduled on April 18. Among 24 candidates in the list, prominent ones are Adsul, Prakash Ambedkar-led Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi’s Gunwant Deopare, independent candidate Navneet Rana is supported by the Congress-NCP, and BSP’s Arun Wankhade.