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BJP going solo in next Maharashtra assembly polls, hints JP Nadda.


Manish K Singhal

New Delhi, July 27 (HS) Terming the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra as ‘an unholy alliance’, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda hit out at MVA saying that Uddhav Thackeray led government in Maharashtra is a ‘shameless and works for profit.’

Addressing his BJP office bearers in the state on Monday, JP Nadda further urged the state unit to ensure that it doesn’t need the support of anyone else for the next elections.

“The government is an unholy alliance (of Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party-Congress); it is shameless and works for profit. We need to ensure that we do not need anyone and should go alone in the next elections,” Nadda said.
Nadda’s statements came amid political speculation that the Sena may plunge into the next elections in the state in partnership with the MVA, which was formed in November 2019.

Addressing the office bearers, Nadda further said that the MVA party has failed in handling the Covid-19 spread in the state. However, Davendra Fadnavis, as an opposition leader has provided an effective opposition and exposed the ruling dispensation. “The (state) government is facing inter-party issues and intra-party problems,” Nadda said.

He also urged the state BJP President Chandrakant Patil to further strengthened the IT cell of the party in the state.

“You have to make it stronger and aggressively use the WhatsApp groups and virtual meetings need to be enhanced, and yet the party must remain galvanised at the grassroots level,” said JP Nadda. 

Hindusthan Samachar