Published On : Mon, Jul 23rd, 2018

Miffed with Sena over no-trust vote, Amit Shah asks party workers to prepare to go solo in ’19

In Mumbai on Sunday , Amit Shah along with Devendra Fadnavis visited to see Lata Mangeshkar

MUMBAI: BJP president Amit Shah has made it clear to party workers in Maharashtra that there would be no alliance with bitter ally Shiv Sena for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections after the latter abstained from participating in Fridays no-trust vote.

Annoyed by Shiv Senas praise of Congress chief Rahul Gandhis speech and refusal to support the BJP in the no-confidence motion, Amit Shah has asked party workers to prepare to contest all Maharashtra assembly and Parliamentary constituencies for 2019.

Gearing up for the high-voltage elections next year, Shah has shared a 23-point plan with the party workers to prepare in advance to go it alone.

Shiv Sena is still part of the NDA in both Maharashtra government as well as the Modi government at the Centre, yet, the Uddhav Thackeray-led party has time and again openly criticised BJP and Prime Minister Modi.