Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde will continue to head the Shiv Sena. Please tell that this decision has been taken in the first executive meeting of Shiv Sena party in Mumbai. Apart from this, many parties have passed many resolutions. CM Shinde will remain the 'chief' of Shiv Sena; Proposes to give Bharat Ratna to Veer Savarkar
Mumbai: Shiv Sena’s National Executive meeting is over. In this executive, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has been made the “principal leader” of the Shiv Sena. This decision has been taken in the first national executive meeting of Shiv Sena in Mumbai on Tuesday evening. This is the first meeting of the party after the Shinde faction was recognized as the real Shiv Sena and got the party’s election symbol ‘bow and arrow’. State Industries Minister Uday Samant announced the resolutions passed in the meeting. While making the announcement, Uday Samant said that the proposal to give Bharat Ratna to Veer Savarkar has also been passed in the party meeting.
Meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde
Apart from this, the demand for giving the status of elite language to Marathi language is also included in this meeting. Further, he said that his party has proposed that 80 percent jobs should be given to local sons of the land. Apart from this, a proposal has also been made to name the Churchgate railway station after Chintaman Rao Deshmukh.
State Industries Minister Samant said the meeting was presided over by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, a prominent Shiv Sena leader. The minister further said that the congratulatory motion has been passed on the decision of the Shiv Sena party. The state Industries Minister informed that the party will provide training coaching for Marathi students for MPSC and UPSC exams.
Proposal to give Bharat Ratna to Veer Savarkar
Apart from this, Shiv Sena has also passed a proposal to confer Bharat Ratna on Veer Savarkar in its meeting. Along with this, a proposal has been passed to include the names of Jija Mata, Sambhaji Raje, Ahilyabai Holkar in the list of great men in Maharashtra.
At the same time, there is also a proposal to upgrade Shivaji Maharaj’s forts and give them the status of a national monument. State Industries Minister Uday Samant told that a 3-member committee will be formed to take action against people working against the party and its chairman will be Dada Bhuse. This disciplinary committee will have Dada Bhuse, Shabhuraje Desai, Sanjay More.
Censure motion passed against Sanjay Raut
Apart from this, a motion of condemnation has also been passed in the Shiv Sena meeting against Sanjay Raut’s statement of the Election Commission. It may be mentioned that the Election Commission has recognized the Shinde faction as the real Shiv Sena only last week and has allotted the party’s election symbol ‘bow and arrow’ to it. Shinde and the rival faction led by former chief minister Uddhav Thackeray are embroiled in a legal battle over control of the party.