After the victory from the High Court, Uddhav Thackeray said to the Shiv Sainiks, 'Tradition should not be soot'

After the victory from the High Court, Uddhav Thackeray said to the Shiv Sainiks, 'Tradition should not be soot'

Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray has called upon Shiv Sainiks to register their presence with enthusiasm in the Dussehra rally to be held at Shivaji Park. Thackeray has said that the workers will have to take care that there is no soot in the tradition of Shiv Sena's Dussehra rally.

Shiv Sena organizes a rally every year at the festival of Dussehra in Shivaji Park, Mumbai. This time the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation did not allow Shiv Sena to hold the rally. Due to this, his program was hanging in the balance. In fact, the Mumbai Police had given a report to the BMC regarding the possibility of disturbance of law and order due to the rally.

Bombay High Court while allowing the rally said this

There was rhetoric about the rally for several days. Shiv Sena had approached the court to organize the rally. Finally, on Friday, the Bombay High Court cleared all the speculations by giving permission for the rally. The court has also said in its order that law and order should be taken care of. The court reprimanded the BMC and said that the event has been going on for so many years, and till now no incident has happened. After the order of the court, the day has been fixed for organizing the Dussehra rally in the government's GR.

Uddhav has this hope from the Maharashtra government

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and party workers seem very happy after getting permission for the rally from the High Court. After the court's decision, Thackeray said that he hopes that the state government will fulfill its responsibility.

Let us tell you that with the change of power in Maharashtra, a situation of conflict had arisen for Shiv Sena. In the Supreme Court, the Shiv Sena party is also being tried for rights. Actually, the Eknath Shinde faction is claiming that it is the real Shiv Sena. The Supreme Court will hear the matter on September 27. All eyes are on whether the party's election symbol 'bow and arrow' will remain with the Uddhav faction or will go to the Shinde faction.

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