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Raj Thackeray wanted us to start party together: Narayan Rane

By Dna   07-May-2019

Raj Thackeray wanted us to start party together: Narayan Rane

Former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane has made a startling revelation, saying MNS chief Raj Thackeray wanted to follow him out of the Shiv Sena back in 2005. In his tell-all autobiography No Holds Barred: My Years In Politics (Harper Collins), Rane, who now heads his own party and is a Rajya Sabha MP, recalls how Raj visited him in 2005, a few days after he quit. "He said he was frustrated with Uddhavji (Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray) and the new leadership and couldn't survive in the party any more," Rane has written.
"Interestingly, he suggested that he and I must align our interests and start a new party... Although this sounded great in theory, I was more realistic and said to him, 'Raj, I have worked with a Thackeray before. I know how the Thackerays operate, and I don't think I ever want to work with a Thackeray again," claimed Rane," he claimed.

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