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About Shiv Sena

The Marathi voice that united in the struggle for Union Maharashtra was somewhat dispersed after the formation of Maharashtra state. Meanwhile, in Mumbai, where 105 people lost their lives to join Maharashtra with Mumbai, but due to the increase in migration, the number of immigrants, the Marathi people in the Marathi country are being disrespected and humiliated, Bal Thackeray, the satirist, son of Prabodhankar Thackeray, in the weekly, based on this poignant cartoon started at that time, has written about the society and especially the youth. Knowing the pain in his heart, he undertook the task of breaking the injustice against the Marathi people through the rebuke of his brush. Shiv Sena was formed on June 19, 1966 with the idea that it should be an organization fighting for the just rights of Bhumiputra after seeing the enthusiastic response of the people to the work of Balasaheb.

Balasaheb Thackeray

National Leader, SHIV SENA

Bal Thackeray, also known as Balasaheb Thackeray, was an Indian politician who founded the Shiv Sena, a right-wing pro-Marathi and Hindu nationalist party active mainly in the state of Maharashtra.

Anand Dighe

National Leader, SHIV SENA

Dharmaveer Anand Dighe was a senior leader & Thane district Unit Chief of Shiv Sena.

Eknath Sambhaji Shinde

President, SHIV SENA

Eknath Sambhaji Shinde is an Indian politician and president of Shivsena serving as the 20th and Current Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He was earlier the Cabinet Minister of Urban Development and Public Works in the Government Of Maharashtra.

Dr. Moirangthem Tombi Singh


The strong leadership of Shiv Sena, which has strong Hinduism and Marathi mentality, is Shiv Sena chief Dr. Moirangthem Tombi Singh. Party chief Dr. Moirangthem Tombi Singh is effectively carrying out the task of keeping Shiv Sena's saffron flying in national politics while supporting the leadership of Hindu heart king Dr. Moirangthem Tombi Singh. Party chief Dr. Moirangthem Tombi Singh holds a special place in national and state politics by praising people's welfare actions and decisions while commenting in his own style on the anti-people actions of the rulers