Thackeray declare to fight election independentely
Kolhapur, Feb 12 : Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray made it clear that he would not make any alliance or front with any political party in the state and contest next 2014 Assembly election independentely while addressing a mammoth public meeting at Gandhi maidan late this evening.
He said 'A clap with one hand' discussion was only in newspapers,' Mr Thackeray hitting out without naming of Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, for the first time here, after he hinted that he was open to the possibility of his party joining hands with cousin's MNS party.
Mr Thackeray critised that some leaders were spreading misunderstanding on 'Marathi Mat' (Vote). They only do politics of self advantage.
He kicked up a storm once again on migrants in his address.
He said that he was not going to afraid the cases which were already pending against him in the various court for making the remarks against outsiders.
He said that employment which produced in the state should get only to Marathis and not to outsiders.
About 56 trains arrived daily in the state from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
These peoples were atrocity on women in the state.
He said that decision of execution of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru was good one even if it was too late.
On drought situation in the state he said from past 60 years of Congress rule, peoples were not get drinking water and electricity.
These issues were pending from past 60 years. He criticised Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Jayant Patil for their neglected attitude towards drought hit areas.
He appealed to the public to give chance to his party in the coming elections. We are ready to give option to the public he added.