MNS lagging behind in use of technology
Mumbai – Raj Thackeray, president of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), is a techno-savvy politician. He was appreciated for dreaming big for Marathi youths. But the current situation seems to be reverse of this as his party’s official website has not shown any activity in recent times.
Raj Thackeray had even taken a decision to change the direction of his party symbol, railway engine. The MNS was looked at as a king-maker party in the civic elections of 2012. Now, this party seems to be thrown from the race for power. When other parties are fully utilising the potential campaigning source of social media, the MNS is far behind in this regard. This has perplexed the political analysts.