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Maharashtra: What the Shiv Sena freeze means for the two camps

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Updated on: 10 October,2022 05:33 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Uddhav camp zeroes in on trishul (trident), rising sun and mashaal (torch), while the Shinde faction has so far arrived at talwar (sword) and gada (mace)

Maharashtra: What the Shiv Sena freeze means for the two camps

A statue of Arjun with his bow and arrow at Lokhandwala, Andheri West, on Sunday. Pic/Rane Ashish


Their favourite ‘bow and arrow’ symbol frozen by the Election Commission, the Uddhav Thackeray camp of Shiv Sena was a hive of frenzied activities on Sunday. Addressing party workers through FB Live, Thackeray said he had suggested trishul (trident), rising sun and mashaal (torch) as symbol options. The Eknath Shinde faction, which was confident of getting the original party symbol, has so far come up with talwar (sword) and gada (mace). Discussions are on, said its leaders.


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