Mumbai- The Shiv Sena and the BJP have stunned political circles by announcing their break up. Loyalites are shifting and political party hopping has begun in earnest. But one big chunk of the voter population that holds sway over the city's lunch hour is however unfazed in its loyalty.
Mumbai's Dabbewalla Association has thrown all its support behind the Sena, even though the party has ended its 25-year-old relationship in the city. The dabbawalas have, as a body, decided to promote the party.
“We believe that the Shiv Sena works for the Marathi manoos and backs the same. We want each and every Marathi manoos to rule all possible sectors and this is possible under Shiv Sena's reign,” said Subhash Talekar, president, Mumbai Dabbewala Sanghtana.