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ECI's Decision Favours Shinde, A Blow to Udhav Thackeray

  • Posted on February 19, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav

 Decision Favours Shinde:-

In the world of Indian politics, the Shiv Sena party is a well-known entity. It is a right-wing political party that was founded in the 1960s in the state of Maharashtra. The party is known for its strong Hindutva ideology, which is based on the idea of Hindu nationalism. Over the years, the party has undergone several changes, and now it is the ruling party in Maharashtra in alliance with the Indian National Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party. However, in recent times, the party has been facing a crisis due to an internal power struggle. The Shinde faction, led by former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane, claims to be the "real Shiv Sena" and has been involved in a bitter feud with the current leadership of the party. The faction has been using a bow and arrow as its symbol, which is seen as a direct challenge to the Shiv Sena's traditional symbol, the tiger. In a recent development, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has issued an order in favor of the Shinde faction, recognizing it as the "real Shiv Sena." Decision Favours Shinde Decision Favours Shinde The ECI order comes as a significant blow to the current leadership of the Shiv Sena, which has been struggling to maintain its grip on power in Maharashtra. The order recognizes the Shinde faction as the legitimate entity to use the Shiv Sena's traditional symbol, the tiger. It also allows the faction to use the name "Shiv Sena" and the party's original flag, which features a saffron background and the image of the tiger. The order is significant because it could lead to a split in the party, with the Shinde faction gaining ground and attracting a significant number of Shiv Sena supporters. It also highlights the growing internal power struggle within the party and the challenges faced by its current leadership. Decision Favours Shinde Decision Favours Shinde The Shinde faction has been vocal about its dissatisfaction with the current leadership of the Shiv Sena, accusing it of deviating from the party's original ideology and principles. The faction has also accused the leadership of corruption and nepotism, which it claims is harming the party's image and credibility. Follow top world stories and stay tuned with more updates
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