MNS workers protest by drawing PWD Minister Eknath Shinde's face near potholes in Kalyan

In order to make the authorities realise the number of potholes on roads, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has resorted to a creative way of protesting

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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) is a prevalent political party in Maharashtra and is quite well-known for its 'MNS style' protests. However, in order to counter the issue of potholes in Mumbai, the political party has decided to 'sketch out' a protest against the authorities. The MNS workers have decided to draw pictures of Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Eknath Shinde near potholes in Kalyan in order to draw out the officials' attention.

Notably, several people have died due to accidents caused by potholes but none of the incidents have brought the authorities to ensure that the issue is resolved.

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Along with Mumbai, the areas near Kalyan, Thane, Palghar, Navi Mumbai have also witnessed the hassles caused due to the poor state of its roads. As the potholes are filled with water during monsoon, on numerous occasions, the drivers fail to identify them while travelling which results in accidents.

Therefore, MNS workers have decided to draw Shinde's face until the concerned authorities take necessary steps to fill the potholes. Eknath Shinde belongs to Shiv Sena, who are currently in power at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

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