Narayan Rane Floats Political Party, Says Decision Next On Joining NDA

Narayan Rane Floats Political Party, Says Decision Next On Joining NDA

The senior leader, who quit the Congress last month, however, kept some cards about his future close to his chest.

Thackeray reminded BJP that they entered into alliance for the sole objective of unity of Hindu votes and if BJP thinks that Shiv Sena is no use to them then they will see how to deal with it.

Rane, however, did indicate he was willing to join the NDA.

As per reports, Rane, in the press conference said many ask him will Sena stick to BJP but he has always maintained that Sena will not part ways but will be kicked out.

"Let my party get set up first".

"We allied with BJP for Hindutva when the word Hindutva was taboo; if they (BJP) thinks we are of no use to them, we'll see", the Shiv Sena chief said. "What else has this party done?" he asked. The Shiv Sena chief added that he didn't know whether "BJP would bring "Acche Din" or not, but in next election we will hoist the saffron flag at Mantralaya and bring "Acche Din" for the people". "But I won't go there", he said.

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Mr. Chavan said, "It will be hard for the BJP to take on the Sena, as they are allies".

Rane had quit the Congress last week accusing the Congress of going back on its promise of making him the Chief Minister and repeatedly insulting him during the course of 12 years that he was with the party.

Rane said the MSP would not champion regional chauvinism or a particular religion or caste.

"The aim is to work for all and pursue development", the 65-year-old Rane told a news conference in Mumbai. Nearly every day, in either party mouthpiece "Saamna" or through its leaders' statements, the Sena keeps targeting the BJP government both at the Centre and the state.

NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik compared Mr. Rane with former Congressman and Gujarat CM Shankarsinh Vaghela, hinting at BJP trying to divide opposition votes. Conceding that there were some hurdles that might have worked against his entry into the BJP, Rane said, "We would like to ally with the NDA at the Centre and in the state".

While Rane said it was too early to talk of working out a Third Front in Maharashtra, he was willing to join similar like-minded parties in the state. "It never dies. I will wait for the right time".