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Uddhav Thackeray vows to fulfil dreams of his late father

Friday, 14 December 2012
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Nagpur, December 14:

Shiv Sena Executive President Uddhav Thackeray today asked partymen to stop grieving and work towards fulfilling the dreams of his late father.

I will be organising party conventions in all regions of the state, including Vidarbha, from January. I resolve to
fulfil every dream that Balasaheb had. I will take Maharashtra to its glorious past," he told a party rally here.

This was Uddhav's first visit to the city after the death of his father Bal Thackeray on November 17. Sena youth leader and Uddhav's son Aditya was also present at the meet.

Without taking names, he said he was ready to take on his detractors and political rivals on the issue of building a memorial of Thackeray on Mumbai.

"Stop grieving and shedding tears. I see the flame in you that Balasaheb has ignited. Let us take on the opponents. I am ready to lead the state and make it No.1 in the country."

Uddhav (51), who has undergone angioplasty procedure twice since July and was looking frail, in his 15-minute
emotional speech said, "I have been through a major tragedy.

I have come here to share my grief with you as head of the Sena family. Let us keep the saffron flag flying high."

He said he declined to assume the title of 'Shiv Sena Pramukh' because "I know and everyone knows that no one can
replace him (Bal Thackeray). He had unique qualities. The way he inspired people with his thoughts, ideology and united people across the state, no other person can do. There was, and there will be, only one Sena Pramukh".

Speaking on the occasion, party legislator Ramdas Kadam singled out NCP for criticism. He said the Sena would "expose" the Sharad Pawar-led party, which is part of the Congress-led ruling coalition in the state, for its alleged role in irrigation and other scams.

--------------------------------PTI

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One day

One day will come the so called goons of SS will have photos of Bal on their t shirts & on the back side of their pants but still they will not be recognised.

DEAR UDAY FIRST YOU HAVE TO

DEAR UDAY FIRST YOU HAVE TO FULFIL THE DREAM OF BALTAKREJI OF BUILDING 500 HOSPITALS,2500 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS FOR MARATI MANOOS BY SPENDING MONEY FROM HIS ACCOUNTS

INSANE

His father used to see all bad dreams, like, out of his bad dreams what he fulfilled is , he pushed most of marathis to sell vada pao, he taught sainiks , how to vendalise and burn the properties, then how to eat tobacco and spit all over public place, then how to extract money from prostitutes etc etc. These were the bad dreams he saw and fulfilled.

Bal Thackeray's samadi

Thanks God, Shiv Sena did not ask India's name to be changed to Bal Thackeray Samadi.

Bal Thackeray's samadi

Thanks God, Shiv Sena did not ask India's name to be changed to Bal Thackeray Samadi.

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