West Bengal, 18/1 (AO Bureau)The Shiv Sena and the BJP, separated after eating together in the plate of politics for nearly 3 decades, are not leaving any opportunity to stall in each other’s path. On the one hand, the BJP wants to occupy itself in power in Bengal, while on the other hand, the Shiv Sena is trying to enter the Bengal elections and spoil the BJP’s game. The attention of Bengal assembly elections is at this time. BJP has been preparing its land in Bengal for the last few years. BJP’s next goal is to remove Mamata Banerjee from power and feed the lotus in Bengal. The next battle of Bengal assembly elections is seen in Trinamool Congress vs BJP. BJP is raising the issue of Hindutva loudly. The Shiv Sena, which calls itself a Hinduist, wants to upset the BJP. Shiv Sena has decided to contest the Bengal Assembly elections.
Senior Sena leader Sanjay Raut said, “After discussion with party chief Uddhav Thackeray, Shiv Sena has decided to contest the Bengal assembly elections. We are coming to Kolkata very soon. Jai Hind. Jai Bangla’s slogan is also given by Sanjay Raut says that we can contest elections in Bengal, such a prominent Uddhav Thackeray has said. The unit of the Shiv Sena has been working in Bengal for many years. He also urges that going to West Bengal to do research and Uddhav Thackeray’s guidance Will. There is a beginning. We are not going to defeat or help anyone. We are going to expand the party. The Shiv Sena has not yet clarified how many seats the party will contest in Bengal and whether Uddhav Thackeray himself will contest the election in the Bengal Assembly elections. Shiv Sena had also claimed to teach BJP a lesson in the Bihar elections, but the Shiv Sena had to face defeat in the Bihar assembly elections. Shiv Sena had decided to field 50 candidates in Bihar, but only 22 candidates entered the field and their bail was also forfeited. The BJP is reminding the Shiv Sena of the Bihar elections that ended a few months ago. BJP leader Ram Kadam says that far from winning the seat in Bihar elections, Shiv Sena got less than NOTA votes in many seats. In the Bihar elections, Shiv Sena got 0.05% votes while 1.68% votes were given to NOTA. The Shiv Sena starts chanting the name of Hindutva as soon as it sees an election. Shiv Sena has no cadre nor any face in Bengal. The Sena is close to Mamata Banerjee, but how much will the Shiv Sena benefit Mamata Banerjee by contesting the Bengal election
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