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Udhav Thackrey states that Ram Mandhir will be built in Ayodhya under Modi. Dismisses the rumors of rift with BJP.

Udhav Thackrey states that Ram Mandhir will be built in Ayodhya under Modi. Dismisses the rumors of rift with BJP.

Udhav Thackrey states that Ram Mandhir will be built in Ayodhya under Modi. Dismisses the rumors of rift with BJP.

Kathir WebdeskBy : Kathir Webdesk

  |  8 Sep 2019 4:48 AM GMT


Contrary
to the reports of rift between NDA Partners BJP and Shiv Sena over seat-sharing
for Maharashtra State elections, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on
Saturday confirmed that both the parties will face the election together as an
alliance asserted that this saffron alliance should return to power in
Maharashtra.



“The alliance is
‘atal’ (inevitable). The ‘yuti’ (saffron alliance) will return to power in Maharashtra
again after the elections. I am glad that PM Modi is giving facilities for the
growing population in the state,”

Thackeray said this when he spoke at the MMRDA convention centre at Bandra in
the event where Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation to three new
Metro routes.

“We want power… No
doubt about it. But, we are not hungry for this power. We don’t want to gain power
just for the sake of it. But, we want power to provide development to the
state,”
Thackeray stated these words
while confirming the continuity of alliance between BJP and Shiv Sena in
Maharashtra.

Thackeray thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the
achievements of the government including the scrapping down of special status
to Jannu and Kashmir. "I’m proud
that this dream of Crores of Indians have become a reality now. I thank Prime
Minister Narendra Modi for that,"
Thackeray said.

Thackeray also told that he is sure that in the similar way a
Ram Mandir will be constructed at Lord Ram’s birth place Ayodhya and the
Uniform Civil Code too will also be implemented in a similar fashion. BJP and
the Sena have agreed to allocate 18 seats out of 288 seats to smaller allies
and the number of seat sharing between BJP and Shiv Sena is yet to be
finalized.


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