DNA | Last Modified - Mar 24, 2011, 06:34 AM IST
Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, in the final part of his interview in the party mouthpiece Saamna, once again took a dig at Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), without naming the party, over the inclusion of Bollywood actor Rakhi Sawant in the party.
"Now it seems the outsiders will not be able to enter Maharashtra. The only thing remains to be seen is how she handles the existing ones," taunted Thackeray.
Sawant joined the cine wing of MNS last week. Her inclusion came as a surprise, even for some MNS leaders, as she had, in the past, claimed that she can solve problems better than Raj Thackeray. Sena chief, on two consecutive days, made below-the-belt comments about MNS chief, Raj Thackeray. On Tuesday, Thackeray ridiculed Raj's claim of having the blue print of state's development by saying, "I do not understand whether it is a blue print or blue film."
Concluding the interview, Sena chief said that the colour will fly high in the upcoming Brihanmumbai and Thane Municipal Corporations. "I am 101% sure that my Marathi brothers and sisters will vote for Sena and the saffron flag will remain as it is," he said.