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Sanjay Raut reached UP, said – Shiv Sena will fight alone

Mumbai: Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut has also reached there for the preparations for the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. On this occasion, he made it clear that Shiv Sena will not forge an alliance with any party in the UP elections. Sanjay Raut says that his party is planning to field its candidates on 50 to 100 seats. He said that we have been working in UP for a long time, but did not contest the elections because we did not want to harm the BJP.

Shiv Sena’s ally NCP has decided to contest with Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party in the UP elections. NCP President Sharad Pawar is also going to visit UP next week. On the other hand the Congress has decided to contest the elections on its own strength.

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Raut met Rakesh Tikait

Sanjay Raut also met with farmer leader Rakesh Tikait during his UP visit. After this meeting, now new equations are being speculated. Tikait had launched a long movement against the Center’s Farmers Act, after which PM Narendra Modi had to decide to withdraw this law. Raut said that there is huge resentment among the farmers about the policies of the BJP government at the Centre. BJP will have to bear the brunt of this in UP elections.

Changes decided this time in UP

He has once again reiterated that this time change is certain in UP and the BJP government will have to go from power. Raut has accused the BJP of making a strategy to win elections with the help of notes. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has also spoken to Rakesh Tikait through a mobile call. It is believed that Thackeray has appealed to Tikait to support Shiv Sena in the UP elections.

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