Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday met former Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray in Mumbai, where the leaders discussed the recent developments over the name of Shiv Sena.
Kejriwal, who arrived in Mumbai with Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann and AAP leader Raghav Singh Chadda, echoed that the CM Eknanth Shinde-led Shiv Sena faction has "stolen" the name and election symbol of Uddhav's party.
Kejriwal urges Opposition parties to unite for 2024 polls
Speaking to media persons here, he said that the plans to meet the former Maharashtra CM were in pipeline for the last three years. Delhi CM claimed that he did not meet Thackeray due to coronavirus protocols.
Further, he unveiled his plans for the next General elections and added the Opposition parties need to unite in order to fight a battle against the incumbent Bhartiya Janata Party. "Aam Aadmi Party is not just an alternative but the solution. Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann have set the bar for good governance," claimed Kejriwal.
Without naming the recent development in the Adani-Hindenburg Research report, Kejriwal claimed that the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) would soon plunge into losses. "I have heard that LIC will plunge into losses soon," said Kejriwal.