Shiv Sena opposes Narayan Rane’s entry into BJP

Shiv Sena opposes Narayan Rane’s entry into BJP

PUNE: Former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane said on Saturday that the BJP was all set to admit him into the party in the past, but its ally Shiv Sena opposed it.nHe was, nonetheless, about to join the BJP soon, he said.nnNarayan Rane, a former Shiv Sena leader who later joined the Congress before starting his own outfit, was speaking at an interactive session at Pune International Literary Festival.nn”Everything was decided, the cabinet position (which he was supposed to get) was also decided, but it (Shiv Sena) said if the BJP took me in, it will walk out of the government,” Narayan Rane claimed.nn”It seems they (Shiv Sena) are scared of me,” he said, replying to a question whether the Sena was coming in the way of his entry into the BJP. Narayan Rane was elected to the Rajya Sabha with the BJP’s support.nn”BJP has invited me. I have accepted the proposal and I am joining it,” he added.nnAfter Bal Thackeray’s death, the Shiv Sena’s “tiger” has turned into a “sheep”, and its leaders lack “ideological morality”, Narayan Rane, who had a bitter falling-out with Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray in 2005, said.nnSource: Press Trust of India

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