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Congress social media supporter turned Shiv Sena MP deletes anti-Sena tweets after her get together runs rampage

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Congress social media supporter turned Shiv Sena MP deletes anti-Sena tweets after her party runs rampage

Shiv Sena employees took to the streets and beat up auto drivers with sticks throughout a protest march organized by the NCP and Congress in Thane, Mumbai. The bandh referred to as by the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities was termed as successful by the alliance companions Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP.
#MaharashtraBandh: Auto drivers crushed in ThaneWatch: Shiv Sena employees beat autorickshaw drivers with sticks and drive them to go off street in entrance of Anand Ashram at Tembhi Naka in Thane.Latest Updates: https://t.co/rHBooTIz8P pic.twitter.com/pH6yfuOhTt— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) October 11, 2021
As Shiv Sena goons went on a rampage, Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi, who usually blindly defends whichever get together she belongs to, deleted her outdated tweet the place she had condemned the violence of Shiv Sena goons. In 2015, Priyanka Chaturvedi was with the Congress get together and thought of Shiv Sena ideological untouchables. In 2015, Shiv Sena was a Hindutva get together.
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Interestingly, in 2019, the Shiv Sena MP had stated that she was glad that she didn’t delete any of her earlier tweets. She stated, “I am so glad I didn’t delete any of my earlier tweets, it keeps the trolls employable and get their 2 rupees worth of work done. My contribution to failing economy :)”
I’m so glad I didn’t delete any of my earlier tweets, it retains the trolls employable and get their 2 rupees value of labor accomplished. My contribution to failing financial system 🙂— Priyanka Chaturvedi🇮🇳 (@priyankac19) December 25, 2019
Shiv Sena goes on a rampage, life disrupted as Maha Vikas Aghadi calls bandh in solidarity with Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri ‘farmers’
Just because the state of Maharashtra was limping again to normalcy after an impending lockdown as a result of coronavirus pandemic, the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities declared a bandh on Monday in solidarity with Lakhimpur Kheri ‘farmers.’ 
Reports of harm, violence and protests have surfaced within the media. As per Manoj Varade, BEST spokesperson, as many as 9 buses have been broken in Mumbai since morning by unidentified miscreants. The areas from which the harm was reported are Dharavi, Mankhurd, Shivaji Nagar, Charkop, Oshiwara, Deonar, and Inorbit Mall in Malad. 
In Thane district, Shiv Sena employees have been caught on digital camera beating auto drivers with sticks. Taxi and auto unions had feared assaults and had warned that they are going to go off roads if any untoward incident takes place. 
Roads have been blocked and tyres placed on fireplace in Mumbai’s Vikhroli space to forcefully impose a bandh, thereby hampering site visitors and transportation. Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha Mumbai President Tajinder Singh Tiwana took to Twitter to share a video of the blockade.