The Congress and NCP share power with Thackeray’s party in a three-party led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra.,barclay-premier-league-table
basketball-nsw-login,"Politically, I have been against Congress and NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) but this doesn't mean that I will call out their good work in the Govt, wrong. Neither I nor Balasaheb has thought this," Thackeray said.
handball-kaufen-düsseldorf,The Chief Minister’s statement comes amid reports of growing dissent within the alliance partners.
Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole earlier this week alleged that the MVA allies Sena and NCP are keeping a watch on his movement.,love-tennis-vocabulary
hagans-uk-basketball,Patole alleged that Thackeray and state’s home minister and NCP leader Ajit Pawar receive an intelligence report every morning and feel the ground was slipping from beneath their feet due to his party’s growing influence.
best-betting-odds-prediction,Later, he said wrong information was being spread through the media and asserted there was no dispute among MVA allies and the Congress was being deliberately targeted.
basketball-jersey-online-india,Speaking at a meeting of party workers in Lonavala, Patole said the Congress’ move to resurrect itself in Maharashtra has caused disquiet among the Shiv Sena and the NCP.
Earlier, Patole had said that his party would fight the next Assembly elections alone, setting off speculation that there is an internal discord in the MVA government.,rohit-sharma
Thackeray’s recent public praise for Prime Minister Narendra Modi also created a flutter in the ruling coalition government.,jamal-judge-basketball
basketball-rim-canada,NCP chief Sharad Pawar recently said that the three parties in the MVA be it Congress, Shiv Sena, or NCP have one stand, but all of them work towards strengthening the base of their respective organisations and there is no misunderstanding about it.