Addressing Sena workers on the party's 52nd foundation day, Thackeray said the BJP spread "lies" ahead of the 2014 general elections and made false promises to people to win the mandate.
Addressing party cadres at Palghar, Thackeray referred to his meeting with Amit Shah yesterday and said, "Whatever is going on now is all drama".
For the BJP, reaching out to allies is crucial to shore up support for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Uddhav Thackeray's son Aaditya Thackeray were also present at the meeting which lasted about two hours.
The newspaper, which is run by senior Sena leader Sanjay Raut, called Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi wilful defaulters in alliance management.
"Winds of change of governance are blowing in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Change of governance is inevitable in Maharashtra as well. Amit Shah intends to win 350 seats in the Lok Sabha on the BJP's own strength. He says Ram Mandir will be built then. His stubbornness needs to be saluted," the Sena said.
"Amit Shah sought time to meet Uddhavji. Accordingly, an appointment of tomorrow evening has been given to him," Sena MP Sanjay Raut told PTI.
"When the BJP won the Palghar Lok Sabha seat in 2014, the victory margin was of lakhs of votes. Today, they barely managed to win by a few thousand votes," Thackeray told reporters here, after his party's candidate lost the Palghar Lok Sabha bypoll.
The Sena president demanded that "cases" should be filed against those demanding separate statehood for Vidarbha.
Sena, ally of the BJP in the Centre and in Maharashtra, continually takes swipe at the the prime minister and his party, especially through its mouthpiece 'Saamana'.
Speaking at the release of Marathi book Gof, penned by Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and Saamana executive editor Sanjay Raut, Thackeray directly addressed RSS leader Sunil Deodhar, who is credited for the BJP's victory in Tripura Assembly elections.
“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.
NCP spokesperson Mahesh Tapase said here that while the entire political class praised the interview, Uddhav Thackeray did not do so, which shows he was nowhere close to his "large-hearted" father late Bal Thackeray.
Thackeray said there was an atmosphere of suspicion towards banks in the country today
"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.
Uddhav Thackeray took charge as the party president on January 23, 2013, after the death of his father Bal Thackeray (86) in November 2012.
The Sena chief, accompanied by son Aaditya Thackeray, paid a visit to Banerjee in the afternoon at a south Mumbai hotel where she is staying.
"...they (the Sena) oppose all our decisions. They can give their suggestions, but cannot simultaneously play the roles of a ruling party and an opposition at the same time. People are watching everything and will not approve of this dual stand," Fadnavis said.
The state's ruling partners are also part of the NDA at the Centre, but relations between them are strained for quite some time.
"Even if Pawar doesn't offer support to the BJP government, we need only 15 legislators (for proving majority in the Assembly). No legislator wants fresh polls just in three years, so many of them will help us directly or indirectly," he said.
The Sena, in an editorial in its mouthpiece 'Saamana', sought to know if the Ahmedabad-Mumbai high speed train project really fits into the needs of the country.
Day after the much-awaited Cabinet reshuffle inducted several new faces from the BJP, the Sena made its displeasure clear in this article. It said that none of the ministers have been able to achieve anything stellar so far for people to expect much from them.
" I have neither received any communication from anybody nor are we hungry for power," Thackeray told reporters
Thackeray, whose party is a constituent of the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre and in Maharashtra, said reforms are a must, "but one should pause" to review their impact.