Uddhav rejected AIMIM’s offer of alliance, calling it a conspiracy of BJP. India News – Times of India

Mumbai: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray On Sunday denied any alliance with All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM,BJP‘s B-team, and it is called a . is called conspiracy To malign Shiv Sena by the opposition, which leads the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government and its Hindutva.
Hitting out at the RSS and the BJP for calling his party a ‘Janaab Sena’, Thackeray asked whether Khan or ‘Janaab’ should be added to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s name. Urging soldiers to highlight the BJP and RSS’s love for Muslims, he said: “People need to show that BJP’s Hindutva is a hoax. We have seen how many pro-Pakistan things happened during whose tenure.. . Should we call them Pakistan Janata Party or Hizbul Janata Party?” He asked while virtually addressing Shiv Sena office-bearers, including 19 MPs, ahead of the party’s outreach program in Marathwada and Vidarbha.
“In the past, they used to say that Islam is in danger, but now they are saying that Hindus are in danger… to spread fear… Shiv Sena is being called Janab Sena. We have not left Hindutva. Judging by the game, MIM has offered to join the MVA for no reason… that’s the real trick. MIM will propose and then BJP will launch a barrage of criticism saying that Shiv Sena has moved away from Hindutva…we are not as helpless for power like BJP. It is unimaginable to go with MIM,” he said.
In a veiled reference to the probe against former CM Devendra Fadnavis in the alleged police transfer leak case, Thackeray said the BJP leaders were angry though the police were recording their statements and accusing them of murder of democracy. He also hit out at Governor BS Koshyari for not clearing the 12 nominations of the MVA in the State Legislative Council. He said that after the suspension of 12 MLAs, the Supreme Court gave them justice. But… the Supreme Court neither struck down the powers nor struck down the suspension, it only reduced the duration… These things need to be presented to the people. Wasn’t democracy murdered when the governor delayed the 12 MLC nominations recommended by the cabinet?