Uddhav targets Raj Thackeray, ‘Shiv Sena does not need to change flag to prove Hindutva’


Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, while targeting his cousin and MNS chief Raj Thackeray, on Sunday said that the Shiv Sena does not need to change the flag to prove its Hindutva.

Significantly, Raj Thackeray is currently trying to revive his Hindutva politics. Uddhav also said that the BJP is not the “flag bearer” of Hindutva. The Chief Minister said the above in a meeting of party MLAs and district heads at his residence.

According to a Shiv Sena official, in response to a question regarding the revised Citizenship Law (CAA) in the meeting, Uddhav Thackeray said, “I do not need to prove my Hindutva, because it is the Hinduism of the late Balasaheb.” It is pure. I have not changed the flag of my party. One person, one flag .. It is fixed. The world has knowledge of our Hindutva. ”


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