Mumbai, Nov. 26 -- After Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi said that the reins of political parties in the hands of one family are the "biggest threat to democracy," Shiv Sena hit out at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) saying it has held hands of such political parties to rise to power. Shiv Sena, which boycotted the Constitution Day celebration along with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress, said that the government has trampled the Constitution for the last seven years.

Speaking in the Central Hall of the Parliament on the occasion of the Constitution Day on Friday, PM Modi said that dynasty politics is against the democratic nature of the country. Modi's remark was indirectly aimed at Congress, but he also said that dynasty...