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Gujarat polls: Shiv Sena to contest '50-75' seats

10 Novembre 2017

Narendra VaskarIn Navi Mumbai, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has retained the hold over the civic body by winning the post of mayor, defeating the Shiv Sena candidate. Apart from this the Shiv Sena also hopes to capitalise on those areas where is a strong Hindu ideology. In the past few weeks, Sena has repeated;y attacked BJP on its policies and also released booklet titled Ghotalebaaz BJP (Scamster BJP) that names BJP leaders and ministers allegedly involved in scams. On November 25 and 26, the Sena chief will also travel to Sangli and Karad in Satara district for public meetings.

The Shiv Sena has chose to field its candidates from 50-75 seats in the Gujarat assembly polls next month, a senior party leader said on Thursday.

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A high-level team of the party, led by Gujarati Wing Coordinator and senior municipal corporator from Oshiwara Rajul Patel and another leader Hemraj Shah, is now camping in the neighbouring state to finalise its candidates and political strategy. In a statement to the press, Patel said that "We shall put up candidates in these constituencies, spread mainly between Surat to Ahmedabad, which has a large Maharashtrian-origin population, and even extending to pockets beyond up to Rajkot". "However, Shiv Sena will not enter into any alliance with any party, though the final decision will be taken only by our President Uddhav Thackeray", she added.

In the 1960s, known for its anti-Gujarati plank, the party over the years softened its approach and even rewarded several Gujaratis with top posts including in the party, as municipal corporators, legislators and even in Parliament. The Uddhav Thackeray-led party had contested around 40 seats in the 2012 assembly elections in Gujarat, but failed to open its account in the state where the BJP has been in power for over two decades.

Gujarat polls: Shiv Sena to contest '50-75' seats