Maharashtra Election: “Next CM will be ‘Shiv Sainik” Uddhav Thackeray

“I will not sit silent until I fulfill the promise given to Shiv Sena chief (Bal Thackrey). I will make his shiv Sainik the chief minister. I will not leave politics until this happens.”

 The Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said that a shiv Sainik will assume the top post in the upcoming Maharashtra Election, he said that he made this promise to his father late Bal Thackeray who was the founder of political party Shiv Sena.

Mr. Thackeray told “I will not sit silent until I fulfill the promise given to Shiv Sena chief (Bal Thackeray). I will make his shiv Sainik the chief minister. I will not leave politics until this happens.”

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Last month in an address to party workers, Uddhav recalled the promise made to his father and assuring party members that party will assume top post in this Vidhan Sabha election.

Responding to Uddhav Thackeray’s statement, The BJP (Bhartiya Janata Party) said that “there is no issue in expressing desire, what will be the reality we will see it later.”

There are 288 total seats in Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha. BJP and Shiv Sena are contesting the election together, out of 288 seats, Sena is contesting on 124 seats and BJP is contesting on 150 seats and rest seats were given to small allies of BJP. 

Aditya Thackeray (Son of Uddhav Thackeray) is making his debut in electoral politics and contesting from Worli constituency of Mumbai. The state election would be held on 21st October, this time Shiv Sena is appearing for a litmus test, whether the party can win on young leaders popularity or not.

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