Uddhav Thackeray Says People would beat with footwear.
In a veiled blow to local congressional leaders, Maharashtra Prime Minister and Shiv Sena Chairman Uddhav Thackeray said on Saturday that people would “hit with shoes” those who only talk about running in elections without offering solutions to people’s problems.
Speaking on the occasion of the 55th day of the founding of Shiv Sena, Uddhav said: “All political parties must put aside ambitions and focus on the economy and health.”
Without naming the Allied Congress, Thackeray said: “If we don’t offer solutions to people’s problems, but only talk about doing it only in politics, people will hit us with shoes. They will not listen to our ambitious talk in favor of participating in the elections alone ”.
Recently, the head of the Mumbai Congress, Bhai Jagtap, had said that he was ready to contest next year’s Mumbai civic elections without joining the Sena.
The Seine and Congress, adversaries for decades, formed a government in Maharashtra alongside the NCP after the party led by Uddhav Thackeray clashed with the BJP in 2019.
“If a party wants to say that it wants to participate in elections without joining others, it must offer confidence and courage to the people. Otherwise, people will ask what plans the party has to provide them with livelihoods and employment,” Thackeray said.
“Sena is not desperate for power… we will not unnecessarily bear the burden of others. We will always take a firm stand to protect the interests of the common man. We can even call for elections without an alliance, ”he said.
The economy and health were the two key issues facing the country, said the prime minister of Maharashtra.
“The time has come for all political parties to decide whether they want political success for themselves or to find solutions on the economic front. Social unrest would be a harsh word to describe it, but the country is heading towards social unrest. Sure. “, He said.
“If we indulge in cynical politics without thinking about ways to find solutions to the health and economic challenges before us, then we are in serious trouble,” he added. The Shiv Sena was founded by Uddhav Thackeray’s father, Bal Thackeray, in 1966.
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