MNS Chief Raj Thackeray Compares Shiv Sena Party To A Dog

| September 11 , 2018 , 17:37 IST

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray on Monday while addressing a press conference in Mumbai slammed his cousin Uddhav Thackeray’s political party Shiv Sena with the breed of dogs.

Speaking to media, Raj Thackeray said "The Shiv Sena is not sure about what stand it has to take. It writes editorials on fuel prices but stays away from protesting against it. The party's stand makes it look like a cocker spaniel dog, whose head or tail cannot be recognised".

MNS Chief said that Shiv Sena’s situation is the same as the breed of dogs which doesn’t know which way to look and where to go.

He further added "There’s a breed of dog which doesn’t know which way to look at. Same is Shiv Sena’s situation. When their money gets stuck, they talk of stepping out of the alliance, when their work is done, they go silent."

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Thackeray congratulated his party workers for keeping a successful vigil during the Bharat Bandh. He slammed the BJP over false cases being filed against his workers.

The 50-year-old Politician said, "The way false cases are being filed against our workers, BJP should keep in mind that they too will be sitting in the Opposition someday."

According to reports in media, Raj Thackeray further added that the present BJP government, especially under PM Modi and Amit Shah, was worse than the Congress government.

"Ravi Shankar Prasad today said that the oil prices are beyond the control of the government. I would like to ask how did the BJP, then in opposition protest against rising fuel prices during the Congress regime," Thackeray questioned.

"Fuel prices are at the peak, the rupee has hit the lowest point, but the BJP still isn't ashamed," he added.