Street plays for Congress' campaigning
CST - The Congress party would take the help of street plays in the campaigning for party candidates in the BMC elections. The corruption in BMC from last 22 years would be brought to the notice of people through these street plays which will also throw light on different problems being faced by the Mumbaikars. A national issue of demonetization would also be highlighted in these street plays which are directed by noted film director Kedar Shinde’s brother Mandar Shinde. These street plays would be staged across the city in between January 20 to February 19 at five places every day, informed city Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam. He also said that his party has left only a few seats to Jogendra Kawade-led faction of the RPI. All the leaders in the party were willing to fight these elections on our own and we informed this to the party high command. Former MPs Milind Deora and Eknath Gaikwad, Bihar MLA Ajit Sharma, former MLA Charansingh Sapra, Yusuf Abrahami, opposition leader in BMC Pravin Chheda, general secretary Bhushan Patil were present on this occasion.