Nana Patole (file photo)
Maha Vikas Aghadi: Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole hit back at Shiv Sena and said that how long their chadar is, it will be known to everyone in the coming elections.
Mumbai. There is a government of three parties in Maharashtra, in which Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP have formed Maha Vikas Aghadi to run the government together. The leaders of the three parties claim that there is good coordination between everyone and the government is also running well so far. But, for a few days, there is a war of words between the leaders of Congress and Shiv Sena. Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole is continuously attacking Shiv Sena on behalf of Congress, so now the big leaders of Shiv Sena are also attacking the Congress President of Maharashtra Nana Patole.
In fact, the whole controversy started when Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole said that all the upcoming elections, whether it is for the Municipal Corporation or the assembly elections. The Congress will fight alone everywhere and Patole’s name will be put at the fore as the chief ministerial candidate. After this announcement of Patole, Shiv Sena retaliated and said that Nana Patole should spread as much foot as the sheet.
After this statement, Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole hit back at Shiv Sena and said that how long their chadar is, it will be known to everyone in the coming elections. Although the leaders of both the parties clearly say that this government will last for a full 5 years and in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, NCP, Shiv Sena, Congress will help everyone together.
In the midst of all this, for the assembly elections to be held in 2024, the Congress has announced that it will fight alone on 288 seats in Maharashtra. The BMC elections are to be held next year i.e. 2022, in which the Congress party has announced that it is going to contest the BMC elections on its own. But the way in which the big leaders of Shiv Sena and big leaders of Congress are fighting over words, it is becoming clear somewhere that all is not well in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government.