Mumbai - The war of words is on, every political party is fuming with anger against their opponents. Campaign rallies are held on the daily basis to induce electorates to vote for the party. The tussle between two parties was seen on Wednesday.
Bharatiya Janta Party and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena were up against each other in Antop Hill. Police reached the spot to control the brawl.
Meanwhile, some were of the opinion that the BJP party workers fought with police as well but no complaint was registered. MNS candidate Sanjay Bhogle of ward no. 176 said that they will write a letter to state election office to take action or else they will sit for the hunger strike.
On the same day, a fight broke out between BJP and Congress at Malwani. The fight is on and it will calm only after the result is announced.