Shiv Sena-BJP combine hopeful of tilting power in Maha

The Opposition combine of Shiv Sena and BJP on Tuesday said that its joint rally with RPI (A) on June 9 will sow seeds of change of power in Maharashtra.

Updated: Jun 07, 2011, 16:31 PM IST

Mumbai: The Opposition combine of Shiv
Sena and BJP on Tuesday said that its joint rally with RPI (A) on
June 9 will sow seeds of change of power in Maharashtra.
Addressing a press conference here, BJP general
secretary Vinod Tawde and Shiv Sena spokesperson Neelam Gorhe
said all preparations for the rally, to be held at Azad Maidan
in south Mumbai, were completed and the saffron combine was
expecting a mammoth turnout irrespective of rains.

Tawde said that besides political, social equations
are also set to change in Maharashtra after the rally adding
that the congregation was part of the mass movement against
corruption which is going on nationwide.

The Congress is trying to crush the social movement as
it did in the case of Yoga guru Baba Ramdev and now denying
permission to Anna Hazare from going ahead with his token
fast.
RPI leader Arjun Dangale said that the alliance of
Shiv Sena, BJP and RPI (A) is receiving positive feedback from
all over the state.

PTI