Mumbai: Congress pioneer Sanjay Nirupam Thursday said it would be a “botch” with respect to his gathering in the event that it joins the Shiv Sena-drove government being arranged in Maharashtra, as it is much the same as “covering” the Grand Old Party in the state.
The previous MP additionally forewarned Congress boss Sonia Gandhi against going under weight in such manner.
To commute home his point, Nirupam said the Congress had submitted a slip-up of holding hands with the BSP in Uttar Pradesh years prior, yet wound up losing ground in such a way, that it has still not recuperated.
The Congress and NCP are at present working out modalities of shaping a legislature with the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra to keep the BJP, the single biggest gathering with 105 MLAs, away from control in the state.
The Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress won 56, 54 and 44 seats individually in the October 21 Maharashtra Assembly surveys.
“The Congress had submitted a mix-up by holding hands with the BSP in Uttar Pradesh years prior. It flopped so seriously then that regardless it has not recuperated. We are submitting a similar mix-up in Maharashtra,” the previous Mumbai Congress boss said in a tweet.
“For the Congress to turn out to be third number gathering in the Shiv Sena government resembles covering it here. It will be better that the Congress president doesn’t go under weight,” he said.