Officially, Raj Thackeray has declared he will not field any candidates from his party for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections but he has urged his party workers to campaign against PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah.
Making the sensational allegation at a party rally here Monday night, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief said, "The central government may try to instigate riots with AIMIM over Ram Temple issue".
Commencing his statewide tour for building the party’s organisation, Thackeray addressed a rally at Vasai in Palghar district. He also asked farmers to uproot rail tracks if they are forced to part with their land.
"Fifty per cent credit for Narendra Modi's victory in the 2014 general elections goes to Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi. The way he mocked Modi during the campaign, helped the latter win the polls," Thackeray said
“I will not allow even a brick to be laid for the bullet train project. If he (PM) wants, let him take the entire project and construct it in Gujarat,” said Maharashtra Navirman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray.