Shiv Sena and BJP are broken up with each other, decide to stay single for next general election.
In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena and BJP are been tied up with a knot of friendship rope for almost 29 years of their political journey. But their friendship had been punched strongly by a problem in dividing constituency between them in last assembly. Both parties were been on the same track though BJP which was smaller in numbers compared to Shiv Sena had in conquered more places in last assembly.
The cold war between both parties seems boosted up after BJP candidate Devendra Fadnavis had captured the CM seat of the state. Then Udhav Takre, leader of Shiv Sena had continuously criticized many actions of BJP which is ruling the state and the central.
Following the increasing situation of internal violence in the parties ShivSena had announced in a public meeting that they have planned to end the relationship with BJP. They are going to participate in the upcoming 2019 parliamentary election independently.
Sanjai Ravath, a senior leader of Shiv Sena had told that BJP is ignoring them for past three years though they are the part of assembly. He also said that they are intended to conquer 150 constituencies in the upcoming legislative assembly election.