The Sena chief further said the party would organise health camps in the flood-affected areas. Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray said all Sena MPs, MLAs and corporators would donate a month’s salary to relief work.
“They (Modi and Shah) have shown the world that there is still firmness in our country. Though August 15 is Independence Day, I will say our country has got complete freedom today,” Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said.
Speaking on Fadnavis’ Mahajanadesh Yatra, Wadettiwar said the programme was a “yatra of misdeeds” as the state government had failed to provide relief to farmers and other sections of society across all fronts.
The march will be held in Mumbai next week. “The farm loan waiver and crop insurance are good schemes. Despite a change in government, the implementing authorities are the same,” said Uddhav, addressing the media at the Sena headquarters in Dadar.
If sources in the Shiv Sena are to be believed, Aaditya Thackeray played a big role in convincing @officeofUT to start tweeting. Earlier this month, Aaditya was also instrumental in launching the Shiv Sena-controlled Mumbai municipality’s Twitter account.
The drain connects to Chamdawadi nullah and due to improper receding of water, the area around Kalanagar, including Matoshree where Uddhav resides with his family, have witnessed flooding during rains.
With just 11 days left for the Lok Sabha elections to kick off, leaders from major political parties are busy taking trips across the country in an effort to reach out to as many voters as possible. Gujarat will go to polls on April 23 in a single phase.
Two days after the break-up of its 25-year-old alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray broke his silence on Saturday September 27 and addressed a rally at the Mahalakshmi Race course in Mumbai.