Raosaheb Danve said the Sena would remain with its oldest ally even though its president Uddhav Thackeray has announced that the party will fight upcoming Lok Sabha and state Assembly polls alone.
The Sena also taunted its ally saying those who abandon their friends and "tread the path of lies" are destined to lose.
The Sena editorial in 'Saamana' stated that the bypoll results would give a boost to the opposition.
Facing the heat from the opposition and ally Shiv Sena, the state government yesterday accepted the agitating farmers' demands, including their right to till forest land.
In a major victory for the farmers, the state's Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil said their "all demands" are being accepted.
Ajit Nawale of the All India Kisan Sabha, which has organised the march, told PTI that senior Sena leader and PWD Minister Eknath Shinde met protesting long march leaders when it entered neighbouring Thane earlier today.
“Shiv Sena will do everything according to its own schedule,” said Thackeray late on Thursday evening, in reaction to the rift between BJP and its NDA ally TDP.
"Self-styled godman Sri Sri Ravishankar has been interfering in the Ram mandir issue for the last two years, trying to remain a party to the talks. He has now said if the issue doesn't get resolved, the situation will become like that in Syria," the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece "Saamana".
Thackeray said there was an atmosphere of suspicion towards banks in the country today
Lok Sabha member and city BJP chief Dilip Gandhi told media that Shripad Chindam would be dismissed from the party.
A senior BJP cabinet minister in Maharashtra today said his party and its bickering ally Shiv Sena will lose the 2019 Assembly polls if they fight separately, and discussions for alliance are going on.
Shiv Sena MLA Sanjay Potnis recently met Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, demanding that Shaw be given a house in Mumbai.
Chavan said that the BJP's strategy for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls would be to keep its allies together and also ensure that there is no unity among the Opposition ranks
Shiv Sena, which is a part of the governments at the Centre and in Maharashtra, yesterday said it will have no truck with ally BJP in the 2019 state Assembly and Lok Sabha polls.
The resolution was moved by Sena MP Sanjay Raut, who said the BJP had been demoralising the party for the last three years.
"The decision of those judges should be lauded. There is a high possibility that there will be an inquiry called against them now. However, this inquiry should be unbiased," Thackeray told reporters here.
Speaking at a function in neighbouring Navi Mumbai, the Sena chief said that some "invisible hands" had a role in playing caste politics in the state.
An editorial in Sena's mouthpiece 'Saamana' said if the bandh called by the Prakash Ambedkar-led Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM) was peaceful, his stature as a leader would have risen.
"Incidents that raise questions on the ability and the stand of the Fadnavis government are happening everyday. The chief minister has ordered a judicial inquiry into the Bhima-Koregaon incident but every government does the same thing. What is new in that?" an editorial in the party mouthpiece 'Saamana' read.
Uddhav Thackeray took charge as the party president on January 23, 2013, after the death of his father Bal Thackeray (86) in November 2012.
In an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana, Shiv Sena said it is pathetic that the BJP had to resort to emotional issues and Hindu-Muslim divide to garner notes in Gujarat. “None of the BJP leaders were willing to speak about ‘vikas’ attained in 22 years.”
Coming to power was no "big thing", Sena leader Sanjay Raut said, adding that the Congress might have lost the polls, but had "defeated" the BJP.
The BJP appeared to be on its way to retain power in the state, with trends from 182 seats giving it a lead in 103 while the Congress followed with 72. The simple majority mark in the 182-member Assembly is 92.
The Uddhav Thackeray-led party said the 47-year-old Amethi MP has taken over the reins of the grand old party at a crucial stage.
"Modi has belittled himself. We consider Modi as pride of the country and Hindus, but he is now chained by the Gujarat asmita (pride)," the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.