Maharashtra Assembly Polls: Shiv Sena ready to play second fiddle, denies 'go solo' claims
| Sunday | 22nd September, 2019
Shiv Sena has finally admitted that it is no more a big brother in Maharashtra politics, but has to play a second fiddle to BJP which has grown substantially after last assembly election held in October 2014.
Shiv Sena left its 'go solo' stand head of Lok Sabha election and entered into seat sharing agreement with BJP.
Even though the Shiv Sena has launched poll preparations in all 288 assembly seats, Thackeray on Friday clarified that the alliance will be announced in two days.
His son and the party's youth leader Aaditya Thackeray, who may take plunge into election politics, is being projected as Sena's CM face.
Shiv Sena until Lok Sabha election played a dual role of BJP's ruling ally and opposition criticising slew of decisions taken by the government at the Centre and in the state.
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