Shiv Sena MP Rajya Sabha and party leader Sanjay Raut will be in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday to finalize party strategy ahead of assembly elections. He will also meet Farmer Chief Rakesh Tikait during his visit to the state today.
Speaking to ANI, Sanjay Raut said Shiv Sena will not have an alliance with anyone in Uttar Pradesh. “We are not going to form an alliance with the BJP, with the Congress and the Samajwadi Party. We have ideological differences with the Samajwadi Party. So, we will not go with them. But, we want change in the Uttar Pradesh and it is happening,” he said. noted.
“Shiv Sena has been working in Uttar Pradesh for many years but when the elections came we didn’t take it seriously as it might hurt the BJP. But this time we will be contesting the elections in Uttar Pradesh “, added Raut. Shiv Sena MP Rajya reminded the BJP that he is also part of the Ayodhya movement.
“We are part of the Ayodhya movement, we are also going to make a movement in Mathura. But now we are going to Uttar Pradesh. The greatest farmer leader who led the farmers’ agitation is Rakesh Tikait. tears in his eyes during the turmoil and his happiness when he won the battle of the farmers. I will meet Tikait to know his point of view and what he wants. Talking about Yogi Adityanath contesting the election of Ayodhya, he said: “It’s a good thing and we will also contest Ayodhya. We will also fight from Mathura. We are not contesting Yogi Adityanath but Shiv Sena is contesting the elections. If Yogi Adityanath is a great leader then he can fight from anywhere and we respect Yogi ji. We don’t have a quarrel with anyone,” he said. (ANI)
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