Aaditya, who was instrumental in bringing a ban on single-use disposal plastic items in the state, admitted that the plastic could be seen in some places due to lack of awareness and some of it was entering Maharashtra from other states.
The Shiv Sena was the early bird with a Jan Ashirwad Yatra fronted by Yuva Sena chief and party scion Aditya Thackeray. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis followed with his own month-long Maha Janadesh Yatra which began Thursday and the NCP, too, has planned one.
Shiv Sena leader and Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray tells The Indian Express that according to an agreement between the top leaders of the party and the BJP, there would be a Sena Chief Minister in Maharashtra after the state Assembly polls.
Local Shiv Sena legislator Kishor Patil said the saffron flag will be hoisted atop the state Assembly after the coming polls. “All Shiv Sainiks feel that Aaditya should become the chief minister,” Patil said.
“This is Aaditya’s first rally in Jalgaon. A large number of youngsters and farmers will be present tomorrow to listen to his vision,” said Kishor Patil, local Shiv Sena legislator, adding that they are hoping that it won’t rain on Thursday.