Shiv Sena bats eye on North Indian voters in Mumbai

Recently, Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray attended a programme organised by North Indian community on the occasion of Kajri Mahotsav

Shiv Sena bats eye on North Indian voters in Mumbai

On the occasion of 'Kajri Mahotsav', Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray on Monday was seen at a programme organised by North Indian community in Dindoshi, Goregaon. The youth leader was welcomed and wore a red ‘gamcha’ on his shoulders. 

Thackeray was accompanied by Shiv Sena MLA Sunil Prabhu and Sachin Ahir who was recently inducted in Sena from Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). The programme was organised by Shiv Sena leader Anand Dubey and Ashok Tiwari. 

While addressing the gathering, Aditya Thackery narrated that he received a lot of respect and love when he visited Uttar Pradesh in Ayodhya. Thackeray further said that Shiv Sena will not remain calm till Ram Mandir is constructed. 

Thackeray further said that Shiv Sena will stand by its words and will fulfil every promise made by the party – from Ram Mandir construction to farmer issues. 

Nearly 40 lakh North Indians reside in and around Mumbai and Aditya Thackeray’s visit is a part of the political campaign ahead of the upcoming Maharashtra assembly elections which are scheduled mid-October this year. 

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The north Indian voters in Mumbai largely support BJP. However, Shiv Sena is also trying to reach and lure the community in order to gain support in the upcoming polls.