Watch: Clash Between Shinde Group & Thackeray Group On Nashik Mumbai Highway

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Women Shiv Sainiks accused Shinde group workers of making obscene remarks from a moving vehicle

Mumbai: Dussehra Melava is above to start in a few hours. The Shinde Group and Thackeray Group have made extraordinary plans to gather crowds at their Dussehra Melava. Both groups have spent crores in the mobilization of activists. Thousands of activists are traveling to Mumbai across the state. Amid this, a clash took place at Mumbai Nashik Highway between workers of the Shinde faction and the Thackeray faction.

Women Shiv Sainiks accused Shinde group workers of making obscene remarks from a moving vehicle. After this, women Shiv Sainiks stopped the Shinde group’s cars and demanded an answer.

At this time, the Thackeray group workers took the Shinde group workers out of the car and slapped them. While the need for reconciliation is being expressed by both the groups, such a picture is not seen.

For the first time since the Shiv Sena’s inception 56 years ago, two Dussehra rallies will be held in Mumbai on Wednesday evening by the party’s rival factions — led by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his predecessor Uddhav Thackeray — in what is being billed as a show of strength by both camps after a change in government in June.

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For the Dussehra gathering, both groups have made significant preparations. Over 10,000 ST buses, private buses, and trains have been reserved. For each event, thousands of activists are being gathered. Due to the fact that Dussehra is a public holiday in Mumbai, it is intended to transport thousands of activists from Maharashtra to Mumbai, thinking that fewer automobiles will be there. The police face a significant difficulty in managing such a sizable crowd while upholding law and order.

The two Dussehra rallies in Mumbai are expected to produce a blistering duel between Shiv Sena party president Uddhav Thackeray and chief minister Eknath Shinde, dwelling on the themes of Hindutva, betrayal, dynastic succession and governance.

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