The harshest among the criticism came from Patna Sahib MP Shatrughan Sinha, who in a series of cryptic tweets took a direct dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Shiv Sena said the election results indicated people's desire to have a "BJP-mukt" regime.
"The BJP knows that the 2019 elections will not be easy for it. Therefore, has it used its weapon of religious polarisation?" the Shiv Sena wrote, comparing it to the Muzaffarnagar violence before the 2014 polls.
In an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamana, the Sena said its Ayodhya visit had led to one thing — those who were sleeping have now opened their eyes. Everyone has understood that ‘jumlebaazi’ will not work for Ram temple, it said.
In an editorial in Saamana, the party mouthpiece, the Sena said it could not tell whether it had restarted the fight for Ram temple, but it had definitely started a discussion on the long-pending issue.
In what is first big event the Sena is taking part on Ayodhya since its participation in the Ram Janmabhoomi movement in the early-1990s, Thackeray assured that his party will support a legislation in Parliament or an ordinance on the temple.
Mumbai, Mar 01 (ANI): A Shiv Sena office-bearer of was arrested for allegedly thrashing a shop assistant for refusing to provide free ‘vada-pavs’. The accused allegedly hit Chetan Geveriya who works at Trupti Sweet and Farsan Mart on D J Road, with a bamboo stick. The incident was captured on CCTV on the basis which, Juhu police registered an FIR. The footage was also aired by some local news channels.
Mumbai, Jan 13 (ANI): Shiv Sena leader Manisha Kayande on Wednesday said that Pakistan is governed by its military and accused the Pakistan military of giving shelter to terror camps. She further stated that Pakistan government has no control on the country’s situation. Kayande said that the attack on Indian consulate Mazar-e-Sharif was a matter of grave concern. She believed that international pressure is required over Pakistan in order to prevent it from shielding terrorists.