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President of the Prime Minister, national policy continues for Shiv Sena: Uddhav Thackeray | Mumbai News


President of the Prime Minister, national policy continues for Shiv Sena: Uddhav Thackeray | Mumbai News

CM Uddhav Thackeray

MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena he extended his ambition to the Prime Minister’s presidency and, in his search, resolved to play an active role in national politics.
“I would be more than happy to see a Shivsainik become the prime minister and we will all strive to ensure that a Shivsainik leads the country one day,” said the prime minister. Uddhav Thackeray said the 54th day of the founding of the party on Friday.
RS member Sanjay Raut said the party would like Shivsainik to be Thackeray, who is the party’s president.
“You are leading the state boldly,” he said. “The time has come for the Seine to enter national politics and we all want you to lead the country.”
Thackeray then answered no to the suggestion. “It is not for me, but I would be happy to see a Shivsainik become the country’s prime minister,” he said.
Thackeray’s son and minister in his government, Aaditya, emphasized the importance of national politics. The Yuva Sena leader said that each state should have a Shiv Sena shakha and that the voice of the party should be raised through them.
The meeting was the prime minister’s first online party event since he became president in November.
Thackeray made an emotional speech to Shiv Sena officials, including MPs, MLA, vibhag pramukhs and key leaders. “I couldn’t get in touch with all of you on a regular basis after taking office as prime minister, but I will never distance you,” he said.
Without naming the BJP or former Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis, he said that trusting someone was not their weakness but their culture.
“Some people tried to play politics with us and we thwarted him,” he said. Neither Sena nor the president of his party have become impotent. I always get a shower of love from my Shivsainiks. ”
He said that people made several accusations when the party joined the PCN and Congress to form the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, but the Shiv Sena had never compromised its ideology.
The Shiv Sena was founded on June 19, 1966 in Dadar by Balasaheb Thackeray, the father of the party president.
At last year’s performance, the Shiv Sena had invited Fadnavis, the then Prime Minister, as the main guest in the Shanmukhananda Hall at Kings Circle.
In October, Shiv Sena and BJP contested the alliance assembly elections, but then split on who would sit in the prime minister’s chair.

Times of India