Mumbai: A grumbling of ‘duping’ has been recorded against Shiv Sena boss Uddhav Thackeray and two different pioneers in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad region for looking for cast a ballot for the sake of Hindutva, however not shaping government with pre-survey partner BJP, an authority said Thursday.
A composed application in such manner against Uddhav Thackeray and two other party pioneers was submitted Wednesday night at the Begumpura Police Station in Aurangabad region, around 325km from here, by BJP supporter, Ratnakar Choure, the authority said.
“We got the application for the equivalent and have sent it to Special Branch,” the authority educated.
As indicated by the complainant, during the crusade for the October 21 Assembly political race, Thackeray, recently chose Sena MLA Pradeep Jaiswal (Aurangabad Central) and the gathering’s previous MP Chandrakant Khaire looked for votes in favor of the Sena-BJP union for the sake of securing Hindutva.
On their allure, the complainant said he and his relatives, voters in the of Aurangabad Central supporters, cast their votes for Jaiswal, the Sena-BJP union applicant from the seat.
After the outcomes, the Sena snapped ties with the BJP (following contrasts over control sharing recipe) and didn’t frame government with its pre-survey partner, Choure said in the application.
The complainant said he felt ‘tricked’ by Shiv Sena’s move as he and his relatives had decided in favor of the coalition possibility to secure Hindutva.
Choure then moved toward the Begumpura Police Station and presented the application looking for enlistment of an instance of ‘bamboozling’ against Thackeray and the two different pioneers.
Choure said he will likewise compose a letter to the Election Commission, looking for withdrawal of his vote cast for Jaiswal and retraction of the MLA’s political decision.