Eknath Shinde Plans On Building New Sena Bhavan, What Sena Minister Had To Say

No location has been fixed yet for the Bhavan, but the Shinde camp is looking for a place near the existing Shivsena Bhavan in Dadar, media reports cites.

Mumbai: The Shinde camp is searching for a new Shivsena Bhavan, a party office for the breakaway wing, while the Supreme Court dispute over the claim to the Shiv Sena is ongoing. Many assume that the rebel group is attempting to establish a rival Snea headquarters. In addition to Shivsena Bhavan, they intend to establish new shakhas or regional party offices everywhere, according to news reports.

The new Bhavan’s location has not yet been determined, but according to insiders, they are looking for a spot close to the current Shivsena Bhavan in Mumbai’s Dadar neighborhood.

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Uday Samant’s Response

Newly appointed Maharashtra Uday Samant minister dismissed rumors of a second Sena Bhavan as a myth.

“There is a misconception that a parallel Shivsena Bhavan is being made in Dadar. However, we are trying to find a central office so that the CM can meet common people. We respect Shivsena Bhavan and it will remain so,” he said.

Eknath Shinde, the chief minister of Maharashtra, has accused the Uddhav Thackeray-led group of departing from the principles of Balasaheb Thackeray, the party’s founder, calling his side the “genuine Shiv Sena” and a supporter of his philosophy.

In response to growing criticism of a “two-person administration,” Mr. Shinde, who joined forces with the BJP to create a new government in the state, expanded his cabinet earlier this week. According to the Thackeray side, giving ministerial oaths to rebellious MLAs whose disqualification appeals are still pending before the Supreme Court constituted to “murder of democracy and the Constitution.”

The Shinde camp has staked claim to the electoral emblem that the Thackeray group wants to maintain. The Uddhav Thackeray faction has apparently been given 15 additional days by the Electoral Commission (EC) to provide documentation in support of its claim over the party’s election symbol, a “bow and arrow.”

In June of this year, Mr. Shinde and 39 other Sena lawmakers staged a coup against the party’s leadership, which resulted in the fall of the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) administration. The Shiv Sena, the Congress, and the Nationalist Congress Party made up the MVA. According to the Shinde group, Mr. Thackeray has

On June 30, Eknath Shinde and BJP leader and deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis took the oath of office.

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