Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Friday poked fun at the group of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray amid the uprising of Shinde Sena. MNS has put up posters asking, “How does it feel?”
The sarcastic posters have been up in Mumbai’s Sakinaka neighbourhood. “That time our Nagar Sewaks were abducted,” the Marathi-language placard reads. What’s it feel like?
Since Eknath Shinde split from the party and founded a breakaway group with the support of numerous lawmakers, the Shiv Sena has been witnessing an insurrection within the organisation. At least 38 Sena rebel MLAs and numerous independents are backing Shinde, who is now camped out in a hotel in Guwahati. He has stated that the group he leads are “true Shiv Sainiks.”
In 2005, Cub from the Tiger clan resigned from the party over his differences with his cousin. Thackeray established the “Maharashtra Navnirman Sena” party on March 9, 2006 in Mumbai; it is currently operating as an opposition party in Maharashtra.
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