Apart from protesting in front of Worli and Andheri offices of Reliance Energy, the Sena workers torched a truck outside Kandivali office in.
"Today's agitation was the first such protest and if the power companies do not heed to our demand, we will intensify the agitation," Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut said.
Party's mouthpiece 'Saamana' on Wednesday carried a piece that appealed to the consumers not to pay the 'inflated' electricity bills.
Reliance Energy, BEST, TATA and Mahavitaran are looting people with exorbitant electricity rates and Sena is protesting against these companies," the newspaper read.
It also urged the Maharashtra government to intervene into the issue.