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Fresh feud between Uddhav-Raj attempt of 'April fools day':Uddhav

Written by: Staff

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Apr 1 (UNI) Shiv Sena Executive President Uddhav Thackeray today described the reports about his objection to the proposed meeting between his father and Sena Chief Bal Thackeray and his cousin Raj as an ''attempt to create confusion in the minds of Shiv Sainiks on the 'April Fools' day.'' Talking to reporters on the sidelines of party's training session for the Gram Panchayat members here, Mr Thackeray also termed the reports attributed to him in the newspaper as an attempt to play with the sentiments of the Sainiks by ''certain elements.'' Replying to a question, he criticised the Democratic Front (DF) government for its failure in following the Governor's directives while distributing the development funds equally among the various regions of the State and added that it had no right to continue.

Earlier, addressing the Gram Panchayat members, Mr Thackeray advised them to implement various government schemes in their villages with the help of MLAs, MPs and party leaders in order to carry out development in their regions.

The party has released a book titled 'Shivmarg' on the occasion.

It give an account of various rural developmental schemes and their implementation.


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