Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP and senior party pioneer Sanjay Raut will be in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday to finish the procedure for the party in front of the Assembly decisions.
He will likewise meet farmer leader Rakesh Tikait during his visit to the state today.
Addressing ANI, Sanjay Raut said that Shiv Sena won’t have a coalition with anybody in Uttar Pradesh.
“We won’t shape a union with BJP, with Congress and Samajwadi Party. We host philosophical contrasts with Samajwadi Gathering. Thus, we won’t go with them. However, we need change in Uttar Pradesh and it is occurring,” he said.
“Shiv Sena has been working in Uttar Pradesh for a long time however when races came, we didn’t approach it in a serious way as it could hurt the BJP. In any case, this time, we will challenge the decisions in Uttar Pradesh,” Raut further said.
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The Shiv Sena Rajya MP reminded BJP that they were likewise a piece of the Ayodhya development.
“We are essential for Ayodhya Movement, we will likewise do a development in Mathura. Be that as it may, presently, we are going to Uttar Pradesh. The greatest head of the ranchers who drove the ranchers’ disturbance is Rakesh Tikait. I have recognized tears clearly during the unsettling and his satisfaction when he won the fight for the ranchers. I will meet Tikait to discover his perspectives and what he needs.”
Talking about Yogi Adityanath challenging the political decision from Ayodhya, he said, “It is great and we will likewise challenge from Ayodhya. We will likewise battle from Mathura. We are not challenging against Yogi Adityanath yet Shiv Sena is challenging decisions. In the event that Yogi Adityanath is a major chief, then, at that point, he can battle from anyplace and we regard Yogi ji. We don’t have any squabble with any individual,” he said.
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