The Sena also distanced itself from Mamata's "where is UPA" and "what is UPA” remarks and is insisting that the Congress party should be an integral part of the non-BJP front in the runup to the next Lok Sabha elections.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut maintained that Congress should be included in the anti-BJP front as it has a base in other states and urged everyone to come together on one platform.
Further, he clarified that no one has questioned Sonia Gandhi's leadership and noted that the idea is to move in tandem with the Congress party.
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