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Defeat us in Mumbai Municipal Elections Uddhav dares BJP if you can; Former Chief Minister also pulled up Shinde

Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday challenged the BJP to defeat it in the upcoming Mumbai civic polls, saying his party’s relationship with the city is unbreakable, and also criticized Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s revolt and claiming his death. Targeted too. Father’s legacy.

He also accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of “lying” on the Rs 1.54 lakh crore Vedanta-Foxconn Semiconductor project, which has been shifted to Gujarat.

A round of accusations erupted in Maharashtra after last week’s announcement that Indian conglomerate Vedanta and Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn’s joint venture semiconductor project, earlier proposed to be set up near Pune city, will now move to Gujarat. Addressing party workers in suburban Goregaon, Thackeray said the Center is giving huge impetus to the project after it was shifted to the BJP-ruled state.

He said, “Union Home Minister Amit Shah has asked his party to show Shiv Sena its place in the Mumbai civic polls. I dare you to try it. The Shiv Sena’s relationship with the city was unbroken and the party was deeply involved in the day-to-day lives of ordinary Mumbaikars, who rushed to their aid whenever required. ,

Thackeray asked his former ally BJP to tell people what was his contribution in building the metropolis, apart from treating it as just a piece of immovable property. Hitting out at the BJP for targeting him over dynastic politics, the former chief minister said, “I am proud of my family who participated in the Samyukta (United) Maharashtra movement.” “If saving lives is corruption, then we have done it,” he said, referring to the BJP’s allegations of corruption during the pandemic, when the state had a Shiv Sena-led ruling coalition.

The Shiv Sena leader said the entire focus of his government during the coronavirus pandemic was on saving the lives of patients and upgrading the health infrastructure. “During the pandemic, when you were demanding the reopening of places of worship, I was focusing on saving lives, upgrading healthcare facilities. If it is a crime then I am ready to face the punishment. Kamalabai (the symbol of the BJP lotus) cannot accept the work done during the pandemic but others have done it,” he said, hitting out at his former colleague. Hitting out at the BJP over corruption, Thackeray said, “BJP makes allegations of corruption against people and then purifies them by inducting them into the party.” “I am shocked at PM (Narendra) Modi. Didn’t he find anyone else to tie a rakhi on his wrist, other than a woman MP, against whom allegations of corruption were leveled by his own party people? Under the leadership of Chief Minister Shinde.

He said that the Supreme Court’s decision on the partition of Shiv Sena will show whether democracy is alive in the country or not. The rival factions of Shiv Sena are embroiled in a legal battle over the party’s symbol and MLAs switching sides.

Hitting out at Shinde, Thackeray said, “When I came here on stage, I first checked whether there was a picture of my father (Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray). We have heard about child abduction gang, but first time there is any father kidnapping gang. Shinde, who in June raised the flag of rebellion against Uddhav Thackeray’s leadership and walked away with 39 party MLAs, repeatedly claimed that his faction was the “real” Shiv Sena and that he was carrying forward Bal Thackeray’s Hindutva ideology. Were. The Thackeray family is Shiv Sena. How can you end it? Don’t you dare provoke us. How can you eliminate so many family members?” Thackeray asked, pointing to party workers gathered at Nesco Maidan in suburban Goregaon.

A chair was kept vacant on the stage for Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, who is in jail for money laundering. “He is fighting…he will not surrender,” Thackeray said, referring to his close aide.

The Shiv Sena president asked the party workers to treat the Mumbai civic polls as the first election of their lives and fight with all their might. “PM Modi will be in Mumbai for (campaign) for Mumbai civic polls, rebel Shiv Sena MLAs, Union Home Minister and central investigative agencies are there. We are waiting for this kind of fight.”

The former CM said that Shiv Sena enjoys the support of different sections of the society. “You can try Hindu-Muslim, Marathi non-Marathi divide. Muslims support Shiv Sena, non Maharashtrians support Shiv Sena,” he said.

Elections to the country’s richest body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) are to be held by the end of the year. Shiv Sena has ruled the BMC for more than two decades and at present the civic body is under an administrator appointed by the state government. The BJP, which is part of the Shinde-led government in the state, has been trying to oust the Shiv Sena from the BMC for a long time.

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