Ajit Pawar asks NCP workers to toil hard for 2022 BMC elections, says no one in Maharashtra should be worried about CAA, NRC, NPR
Ajit Pawar said that nobody in Maharashtra should be worried about CAA NRC and NPR, as the party chief Sharad Pawar and the ruling government had already given their word to the people.
MNS candidate Sanjay Turde was returning home after celebrating his victory in the recently held BMC polls when a mob of around 100 people attacked them.
Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said it is time to think of a "grand alliance" of regional parties as a formidable combination to take on national parties.
BMC Election 2017: BJP planning to separate Mumbai, Shiv Sena playing double game, says Raj Thackeray
Ending the speculation that the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena might not contest the Mumbai civic body (BMC) elections, Raj Thackeray this evening announced that his party would contest the municipal corporation elections in the state including in Mumbai
Senior Congress leader Gurudas Kamat is once again in the limelight. The Gandhi family loyalist and former union minister, who earlier resigned from his post in the party only to withdraw his resignation after meeting with Congress president Sonia Gandhi, is now withdrawing from the campaign for Mumbai civic polls due to the "negative attitude" of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) president Sanjay Nirupam.
This year could well be an opportunity for citizen-candidates in Mumbai.
BMC election: Shiv Sena issues veiled threat to BJP, says whosoever trying to oust it will 'dig its own grave'
Hinting that it is prepared to go solo in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation polls (BMC), the Shiv Sena, in a veiled threat to senior ally BJP, said whosoever tries to oust it from the Mumbai and Thane civic bodies would "dig its own grave".
The BJP on Monday termed as "inflammatory" AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi's demand for allocation of civic budget to Muslims in proportion to their population in Mumbai and moved the State Election Commission (SEC) against him.