- MNS’s next step towards Hindutva
- MNS president Raj Thackeray to visit Ayodhya
- The new decision of MNS is likely to change the political equation in the state
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An important meeting of MNS was held today at MIG Club in Bandra in view of preparations for the forthcoming municipal elections. The next strategy of MNS was discussed in this meeting. Raj Thackeray will visit Ayodhya from March 1 to 9, said MNS leader Bala Nandgaonkar on ‘ABP Mazha’.
Although MNS is in constant discussion due to the charisma of Raj Thackeray, the strength of MNS in parliamentary politics is very low. The strength of MNS is only one MLA and just a few corporators. Raj Thackeray, who praised Narendra Modi in the 2014 elections, had later opened a front against Modi. Then suddenly he embraced Hindutva and stopped opposing Modi. Now with a new role, MNS is preparing to enter the election arena.
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The political equations in the state have changed a lot as Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP have taken the lead in Maha Vikas. The BJP, currently the main opposition party, is battling the Mahavikas front. MNS wants to make a place in all this. The upcoming Mumbai Municipal Corporation elections are very important for the future of MNS. It is necessary for MNS to get good success in this election. There has been a discussion for the last few days as to whether MNS will form an alliance with BJP as it has taken the role of Hindutva. Raj’s visit to Ayodhya is likely to accelerate the movement of the alliance. That is why everyone is paying attention to this tour.
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