MNS Corporator quits, to join Shiv Sena
Nashik: Ruling Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) received a jolt on Saturday with its corporator from ward no 61(a) Hemant Godse deciding to quit and join Shiv Sena.
Godse told reporters that he would join Shiv Sena tomorrow in Mumbai in presence of party chief Uddhav Thackeray.
Godse, who was Lok Sabha candidate against Sameer Bhujbal in the last general elections, said that he was disappointed over MNS`s functioning and hence quitting the party and joining Shiv Sena.
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