Uddhav Thackeray to meet PM Modi Today after BJP-Sena breakup
Maharashtra Chief Minister will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi Today. This will be first time after the BJP and Shiv Sena Party broke their alliances.
New Delhi: Maharashtra Chief Minister will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi Today. This will be first time after the BJP and Shiv Sena Party broke their alliances.
Uddhav Thackrey, who is a current CM of Maharashtra will meet PM Modi in New Delhi and after that will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
The information related to this official meeting was provided by a Shiv Sena Party member. Sanjay Raut informed and confirmed the meeting on twitter. Senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has played down Mr Thackeray's scheduled meeting with PM Modi. "Yes, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will meet PM Modi. This is only a meeting, nothing else should be read into it. Jai Maharashtra".
Thackeray and PM Modi Meeting:
According to reports today Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray will meet PM Modi and after this meeting he will visit Sonia Gandhi. He is likely to meet Senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani. Uddhav will reach New Delhi in the evening at 4 PM.
When Shiv Sena broke up with BJP:
Few months ago Shiv Sena broke their alliances with Bhartiya Janta Party and tied up with Indian National Congress. There has been always difiiculties between Shiv sena and Congrees but still Sena chooses to be with Congress party.
In October Election, The big confusion of CM face was in light. The after a typical filmy drama Shiv Sena joined their hands with Congress and NCP.
PM Modi and Uddhav Thackeray meeting after a Year:
PM Modi and Maha CM uddhav Thackeray will be meeting in Delhi first time after a year. Lat time, they met in an official meeting held in Mumbai.
The details related to meeting given by Sanjay Raut. He said, "The meeting comes in the backdrop of some friction between Sena and allies Congress and NCP over Sena’s stand on National Population Register (NPR).
“At the meeting, many issues, including CAA, NPR and NRC as well as financial assistance may be discussed,” said a Sena leader.