Chinchpokli – If the electorates had given 20 more seats in the Assembly election, the BJP would not have to bear the burden of the Shiv Sena, said revenue minister and senior BJP leader Chandrakant Patil while addressing a public meeting at Moghul House ground in Chinchpokli on Friday. Addressing the sparsely attended meeting, Patil said that Sena has not done any concrete work in its 20-year rule in the BMC. The BMC schools are in bad shape and so are the roads. The city has been facing the problems in railway commuting. If voters want to change this condition, they should elect the BJP candidates, appealed Patil. Local BJP candidates Aarti Poogaonkar (199), Jyotsna Dhumal (200) were also present in this meeting.