Aditya Thackeray tweets about 'New Maharashtra'; Twitterati ask him to fix potholes first

Ahead of the assembly elections, Yuva Sena Chief, Aditya Thackeray took to Twitter to share his vision for the state. Instead of appreciating the same, some users shared their concerns asking him to address the immediate issues than anything else!


Political parties across many areas in the state have started preparing for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly Elections. Acting upon the same, for his party, Yuva Sena chief, Aditya Thackeray also recently expressed his thoughts after the dates for the elections were declared. The young politician exclaimed how the 'festival of democracy' is here and people had to choose to build a 'new Maharashtra'.

He took to Twitter to share his thought with a message that read

But his tweet received many responses which he might have not expected. Some Twitterati replied to the tweet asking him to bring the change later and fix potholes in the city on an urgent basis. Here are some of the responses the young leader received

It was evident that this resident was frustrated by the age-old issue of potholes in Kalyan-Dombivli area. The user asked him to fill the potholes first and then envision building a new Maharashtra.

Well, the photos here conveyed the message clearly

This person provided Thackeray with an alternate solution, in case, the issue of potholes isn't resolved. 

...and here is someone showing us the 'bigger picture'.

Well, while these tweets make a point, they also share one common thought, where Mumbaikars are only wanting immediate action than aiming to achieve something 'new' and big.

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