Furious at BJP chief’s bold remarks where he said his party will thrash former allies if a pre-poll alliance did not materialize ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, senior Shiv Sena leader Ramdas Kadam threatened to “bury” the ruling party.
Shiva Sena – BJP party’s ally at the Centre and in Maharashtra had won 63 seats, out of the total 288, in the 2014 state Assembly polls despite the ‘Modi wave’, News18 reports.
“They (BJP) have already lost elections miserably in five states. Don’t come to Maharashtra and threaten us or we will bury you. Don’t forget that we won 63 seats despite the (Modi) wave,” Kadam warned BJP party on Tuesday.