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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Shiv Sena will bring a change in state politics: Thackeray

BAMBOLIM: Shiv Sena is not anti-BJP as we have alliance in Mumbai, said Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday at Bambolim.
Addressing the media, Thackeray while praising Goans said “We will fight against anti-nationals. They may be from any community,” he said, adding that Shiv Sena will bring a change in Goan politics in terms of development adding, we also met Goa prant RSS chief, Subhash Velingkar, and discussed further modalities.
Thackeray said Shiv Sena will launch its manifesto for the upcoming Goa assembly elections after Diwali during which seat-sharing with Subhash Velingkar-led Goa Suraksha Manch (GSM) will also be finalised.
Thackeray said he would be visiting the coastal state again after Diwali to discuss seat-sharing and other issues with GSM.

Responding to a question, he said Sena’s alliance with BJP in Maharashtra should not be a detrimental factor for the party to forge alliance with non-BJP parties outside Maharashtra” he added.
Thackeray pointed out that “It is not fair to speak about election manifesto right now when talks for an alliance are going on”.
While replying to a query on migration issue in Goa, Thackeray said it is the failure on the part of subsequent state governments to provide employment to Goan youth.
Thackeray further stated that migration will never be an issue in Goa for the forthcoming assembly election but promised that if his party is voted to power, Sena will ensure that the youth do not leave the state in pursuit of jobs.
On the MoI issue, Thackeray said, “Konkani and Marathi are sisters and Shiv Sena does not spread hatred against any community, but protects the interests of lower sections of society”.
Thackeray however reserved his comment on the casinos and flesh trade going on in the state.
When asked whether he met MGP chief Sudin Dhavalikar on seat-sharing, Thackeray said that he would reply in his next visit to the state after Diwali.

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