BJP's ally Shiv Sena in Maharashtra and Centre is considering to contest the Delhi Assembly elections which are scheduled next month. The Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Friday said, the party is very much ready to contest the Delhi elections. But no decision has been taken so far and a call would come out soon. This could be a bitter news to the BJP which has its eyes on the Delhi chair and very recently, the party has included former IPS officer Kiran Bedi and ex-AAP leader Shazia Ilmi.
Shiv Sena has decent presence in the National Capital however, it did not contest the major polls anytime. It would be a testing time Shiv Sena as well if the party takes a decision in favour of going to the poll battle. Uddhav also clarified that there has been no talks about poll alliance and on the other hand he said, injustice to farmers will not be tolerated even if they are in the government.
Delhi Elections are scheduled on February 7th and the results will be declared on February 10th.