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Centre may hold Lok Sabha and Maharashtra assembly polls together: Uddhav Thackeray | Mumbai News



MUMBAI: On the day the BJP won three out of the four states that went to polls, Shiv Sena (UBT) chief Uddhav Thackeray said that taking advantage of the ‘atmosphere’, the BJP-led centre may hold the Lok Sabha and Maharashtra assembly elections simultaneously.
Uddhav asked his party workers to be ready for it. Uddhav congratulated the parties that won the polls.Uddhav once again reiterated his determination to fight against the BJP’s dictatorial regime.
He slammed the Shinde-led Sena faction by saying that the traitors were washing others’ dishes.
In 2018, Uddhav said, the Congress had won the three states, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, but the opposite happened in the Lok Sabha polls that followed, so there was no reason for the Congress to get completely disappointed.
While the Lok Sabha polls are scheduled for April next year, the Maharashtra assembly polls are scheduled for October next year.
Uddhav was speaking after the felicitation ceremony of newly appointed functionaries at Vile Parle’s Dinanath Mangeshkar auditorium late on Sunday.
“We will fight and save the country. I congratulate all those who won the elections. This is what is expected in democracy…we are fighting against BJP to protect this very democracy. This is in danger…we don’t know whether it will survive after 2024. But we will fight against them and we will win and come back in power,” Uddhav said.
“Even in 1999, the Lok Sabha polls and state assembly polls were held together, after the Kargil war, the atmosphere was such. But we came to power in the center, but lost the state. After their victory in the three state assembly elections the BJP government at the centre may take the decision to hold the Maharashtra assembly elections along with Lok Sabha polls. To take advantage of the atmosphere created now. So be ready to face it. The Shiv Sena was born to protect the self respect of Marathi manoos. They (BJP) now want to finish it. But we will fight and win against those who want to end Marathi pride,” Uddhav said.
“Now come to Maharashtra we will show you the ground,” said Thackeray. He also said that traitors (CM Eknath Shinde and his supporters) don’t understand what they are doing by supporting the BJP.
“Last time (in 2018) BJP lost in these states, Rajasthan, MP and Chhattisgarh assembly elections. But won the Lok Sabha polls after five months. The current loss may be a good sign. People are nor so foolish. The Congress may win in these states in coming LS polls,” Uddhav said.

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