The programme will commence from rural parts of the district and conclude in Aurangabad city, Leader of Opposition Ambadas Danve said in a press conference
The Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) will hold 'Shiv Garjana' public outreach programme in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra from June 2 till mid-July, wherein the party will interact with people in order to understand the issues being faced by them, a party leader said on Wednesday.
The programme will commence from rural parts of the district and conclude in Aurangabad city, Leader of Opposition Ambadas Danve said in a press conference.
"The first phase of this programme will end by June 24. During this exercise, the party leaders will go in all nine talukas of the district. It has been organised to mark the Shiv Sena's foundation day on June 8," he said.
The Sena (UBT) will visit health centres, hostels in villages and also interact with administrative officials to discuss the problems in that specific area. The party will interact with the people to understand their issues and address them, Danve said.
Assembly elections in Maharashtra will be held in October/November 2024.
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