Shiv Sena

I welcome emergence of ‘Hindu terrorists’: Thackeray

I welcome emergence of ‘Hindu terrorists’: ThackerayShiv Sena Chief, Bal Thackeray, said that he would like the forming of 'Hindu terrorists'.

In an interview he said, "If they, Hindu terrorists, are behind the September 29 Malegaon blast, I would be glad. Terrorists should be born among Hindus, I have begun to feel." He further said," Sadhvi Pragya Singh, Lt Col P S Purohit, arrested in connection with the Malegaon blast, have been victimized. What was their fault? Something had to be done to take on fanatic Muslims."

Shiv Sena wants BMC to enforce Marathi signboards

Raj ThackerayMumbai, Aug 28 : Bal Thackeray’s Shiv Sena is vying with the Raj Thackeray led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) to get political space on the issue of Marathi signboards.

While the MNS deadline for Mumbai shop owners to change their signboards from English to Marathi ends today, the Shiv Sena has asked Brihanmumbai Municipal Committee (BMC) to enforce Marathi signboards on traders and shopkeepers.

Incidentally, the traders'' association has moved the Bombay High Court against Municipal Commissioner Jairaj Phatak''s instructions on the issue.

The High Court will hear the application on Thursday.

Former Shiv Sena leader Sarpotdar convicted in Mumbai for inciting violence in 1992

Mumbai, July 9 : Former Shiv Sena MP Madhukar Sarpotdar and two other party workers have been sentenced to one year imprisonment for inciting violence during the 1992-93 communal clashes in Mumbai

Shiv Sena champions farmers' cause in Nagpur

Nagpur, June 25: Shiv Sena activists staged a protest march here on Tuesday against the Maharashtra Government's failure to provide seeds and fertilizers to farmers in the state.

Bal Thackeray demands formation of suicide squads to combat terrorism

Mumbai, June 18 : Shiv Sena Chief Bal Thackeray has called for the formation of Hindu suicide squads to combat terrorism.

Sena’s northern chief says Thackerays serving Pak interests

Jai Bhagwan GoyalNew Delhi, May 10 : Shiv Sena’s northern region chief Jai Bhagwan Goyal irked by his party's stance against north-Indians, has formed a new party. He also blamed the Thackeray family of serving the interests of Pakistan by promoting regionalism.

Naming the new party 'Rashtravadi Shiv Sena', Goyal claimed that a number of Sena members from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh had left Shiv Sena to join the new outfit following the outrageous comments against non-Marathis.

He said the diatribe against north-Indians by Shiv Sena and MNS chief Raj Thackeray is part of Pakistan’s designs to destabilise India.