Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Shivsainiks quit party to join NCP

Over 50 party workers from sector 7 in the node on Tuesday deserted the outfit complaining of ill-treatment by leaders of the saffron party and joined the ruling Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in the presence of Thane MP Sanjeev Naik.The Shivsainiks who joined the Sharad Pawar-led party are Deputy Ward Chief Santosh Sanas, Annasaheb Patil Society President Prabhakar Kashwed, Pramod Thorat, Dagdu Jadhav, Kondiba Gore, Sudhir Kenar, Balu Sawant, Umakant Sawant and others.Congratulating the Sena rebels, Sanjeev Naik expressed confidence that the NCP would do well in the upcoming assembly polls.Naik advised those present at the gathering saying, "Self help groups and other clubs in the area need to register themselves with the concerned authorities so that they can be beneficiaries of the various CIDCO and state government schemes." The MP that added he would see to it that hawkers in the sector get a proper place to put up stalls and sell their products.Besides Naik, NCP Cooperators Komaltai Patil, Harishchadra Waghmare and other party workers were also present at the event.Meanwhile, Shiv Sena Corporator Kashinath Patil said, "The ones you are talking about are those who keep changing their loyalties every two months. Their leaving the organization will not affect our poll prospects to any extent."

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