New Delhi: Before the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh (UP Assembly Election 2022), Shiv Sena has also decided to field many of its candidates. Senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has said that, we will not form an alliance with anyone but we want change in UP and change is happening. Significantly, there is a Maha Vikas Aghadi government of Shivsena-NCP and Congress in Maharashtra, but till now no leader of the three parties has spoken of fighting together in the UP elections.
According to ANI, Sanjay Raut said that, we will not tie up with anyone but we want change in UP and change is happening. I am going to West UP, there I will meet farmer leader Rakesh Tikait and get information about what he wants, if we want to fight in UP then we need farmers’ blessings.
We will not tie up with anyone but we want change to happen in UP and change is happening. I am going to West UP, will meet farmer leader Rakesh Tikait there and know what he wants, if we want to fight in UP, we need farmers’ blessings: Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena pic.twitter.com/7dSoiQzueO
– ANI_HindiNews (AHindinews) January 13, 2022
Earlier on Wednesday, Raut had said that Shiv Sena will field its candidates on 50 to 100 seats in the UP elections. According to ANI, Raut said, Shiv Sena will contest on 50-100 seats in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. He will be visiting Western Uttar Pradesh.
Meanwhile, on the NCP-Samajwadi Party alliance in the Uttar Pradesh elections, senior NCP leader Nawab Malik said in Mumbai on Wednesday that, in the Uttar Pradesh elections, the Nationalist Congress Party will join hands with the Samajwadi Party. There is bound to be an alliance. This decision was taken in the National Executive. The seats we have asked for will be discussed.