Mumbai, Aug 12 (UNI) Shiv Sena Executive president Uddhav Thackeray today said he was determined to see that the party comes to power in Maharashtra in the next assembly elections.
Speaking at a function to mark the coming together of Shiv Sena, Kunbhi Sena and the Agri Sena here, Uddhav said the alliance of all the Maharashtrian outfits will bring in their government in the state.
''Sena is the only party to work for Maharashtrians and their welfare and we should be careful of the 'Green Monster', which is spreading its wings here,'' Uddhav said referring to the Congress-led government appeasing the Muslims in the state.
Speaking on the Amarnath issue, where the BJP has announced a 'chakka jam', Uddhav said Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray will soon take a stand on the issue and the Sena activists will act accordingly.
''Sena chief will soon take a stand on the issue and the delay has been due to issues like the famrmer suicides and other problems in Maharashtra,'' Uddhav said.
On the Videocon land allotment issue, he said all fertile land had been forcibly taken by government for construction of SEZs and it should be returned back to farmers as it their only source of income.
The convention was attended by Rajaram Salvi, the president of the Agri Sena and Vishwanath Patil, the president of the Kunbhi Sena alongwith their activists, who pledged their support to the Shiv Sena.
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