seva-sana2The stronghold of the Shiv Sena party seems to be increasing in Navi Mumbai and the reason why many prominent leaders of Shiv Sena have diverted their attention to this region. The stronghold of the party was emphasized when in the presence of senior Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi, 1100 people joined the party during a Shiv Sena meet held in Koperkhairane. In his political career of two years, Vijay Chougule’s name has emerged as a very strong leader. After getting elected as the Sena Chief of Navi Mumbai, he has promoted the party in several ways. And the Navi Mumbai which was known as the control centre of the NCP is increasingly seeing the growing influence of the Shiv Sena, making the NCP think over this secure net of theirs for the upcoming elections. A meet was recently held by the NCP at Koperkhairane where some members of the Shiv Sena party entered the NCP. However, it became a tit for tat situation when within 60 days of this meeting, the Shiv Sena held another grand meet at the same place. This meet not just saw the presence of eminent leaders but also the collective entrance of 1100 people from the North Indian community, Sikh community and several NCP workers. The leaders criticized the working of the NCP and also targeted those rebellious corporators who shifted their trust from Shiv Sena to NCP. Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde, Manohar Joshi and Vijay Chougule criticized local administration and local leaders. Present along with Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi were MLA Subhash Desai, MLA Eknath Shinde, MP Anand Paranjape, Dattaji Nalavde and several local leaders. Speaking to the media, Manohar Joshi stated that post the delimitation, the importance of Thane district had increased and was optimistic that the party would establish its supremacy over the region. An enthusiastic Vijay Chougule too expressed his views about the meeting. The various meets like Mahile Melawa, Traders Melawa and party workers melawa held by the Shiv Sena party in Navi Mumbai indicates that the party has already blown its trumpet in wake of the elections, but how much will its trumpet make noise and heard by the voters is something only time will tell. With cameraperson Roshan Hate, Rajeev Mishra for NMTV News.

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