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Unrest among Dalits after Bhima-Koregaon violence will impact polls: Rahul Shewale, Shiv Sena leader

In an interview with The Indian Express, Shiv Sena leader and MP from Mumbai South Central seat Rahul Shewale says there is a lot of unrest among the Dalit community over to 2018 Bhima-Koregaon violence which, he says, will certainly have an impact on the poll results.

Sena MP Shewale wants Shelar to quit BJP post

When contacted, Shelar refused to comment on Shewale’s statements. Earlier, at a party function, Shelar said BJP suspects a scam “to the tune of Rs 100 crore” in nullah cleaning work.


‘Will take up redevelopment issue with Centre’

Rahul Shewale is contesting Lok Sabha elections for the first time in the Mumbai south central constituency.

Under duress,BMC allows 50% manual tender system for civil works

Corporators have been demanding that the e-tendering system be scrapped altogether

Shewale opposes proposal for hiring contractors to fill trenches

Standing committee chairman Rahul Shewale Wednesday sought the removal of a Rs 81.48-crore proposal to appoint contractors to fill trenches dug by utility agencies for the next two years

BMC defers deadline to fill potholes

BMC has pushed its deadline to fill potholes by 10 days to August 25,said officials


Under fire,BMC wants Swiss auditors out

Under fire for the poor condition of roads,BMC’s standing committee Thursday deferred a proposal to reappoint third party auditors SGS Consultancy for inspecting roads in the western suburbs

Uddhav spares Shewale his pothole blemishes

Owning up for the city’s bad roads,Shiv Sena corporator Rahul Shewale decided to quit his post of chairman of all-powerful BMC standing committee

BMC looking at new methods for filling potholes

BMC is continuing its search for new methods to fill potholes as the methods currently used seem to be failing.

BMC revises tender terms for litter bins

Poor response from companies for supplying 10,000 litter bins has forced BMC to tweak the contract terms.