Published On : Wed, Apr 27th, 2016

Shiv Sena firms foot in Nagpur; forms 30 k members, appoints 145 Shakha Pramukhs


Nagpur: Training its eyes on ensuing Nagpur Municipal Corporation polls, Shiv Sena has started concreting its base in city. The party has been working at full length to create maximum concentration of workers at its end. Such is the pace that 30,000 new members have been inducted to its forte in a span of just 15 days. Besides, it has also appointed 145 Shakha Pramukhs in every ward. The names of Shakha Pramukhs were declared in presence of Nagpur City President of Shiv Sena and Member of Legislative Council Anil Parab.

Talking to media men here on Tuesday, Parab said that we want to reach out to every citizen of Nagpur, adding that the party would work in a similar fashion as it did in Mumbai where they rose to power with Shiv Sainiks working hard to redress the grievances of the masses. Parab said the point of focus in its current drive would be to strengthen the grass-root level workers and activists throughout the State. He said the party would continue its drive to affirm its position even after the polls. The workers would be enthused to create Mumbai model of party’s success in rest of the region.

After the completion of the first phase where 30,000 members were enrolled, the second phase will start from June 18, he informed. This date coincides with the Shiv Sena’s 50th Foundation Day. Parab also claimed that in the days to come, Shiv Sena will hit the roads to address grievances of people on top priority and ensure that they face no problems.

Referring to party’s success in Mumbai civic polls, he quipped , “We won in Mumbai as Shiv Sainiks worked at fast pace there.” He also clarified that the Shakha Pramukhs would have to bring about a change in the working conditions of the people. He said Shiv Sena would not think twice in changing the non performing Shakha Pramukh. He claimed that the Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray has clarified that the Shiv Sena would be strengthened in every part of the State and many new changes and development have been envisaged under his guidance.