Sena rubbishes BJP's claims of it having 'match-fixing' with Cong
Amid intense mudslinging between Shiv Sena and BJP, the Uddhav Thackrey-led party rubbished the allegations of it having a "match-fixing" with Congress in the polls and challenged BJP to prove it or stop making statements that divert people's attention.
BJP, apparently accepting the challenge, sought an open debate with the Sena leadership over the matter. Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar had on Sunday alleged "match-fixing" between Congress and Sena in 42 wards, saying both parties have fielded weak candidates in these wards to benefit the other. "We challenge Shelar to prove his claims or stop making statements that divert people's attention. We want him to name the 42 wards in which he alleged our match-fixing with Congress," Anil Parab said