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Uddhav Thackeray lauds Vijay Chougule for building India’s first Wadar Bhavan in Navi Mumbai

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Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Shiv Sena Executive President Uddhav Thackeray arrived in Navi Mumbai to make the Wadar Bhavan public at Sanpada. A private project, the Wadar Bhavan has been built by Vijay Chougule, the Chairman of Wadar Community Welfare Board. And is the first Wadar Bhavan built in India. Due to election code of conduct, there was no official inauguration of the Wadar Bhavan but changed to good will visit by the leaders. With the event the Wadar Bhavan has officially become functional for members of the Wadar community. Moved by the gesture of Vijay Chougule to erect a Wadar Bhavan for a community still deprived of many rights, the leaders looked amazed with Vijay Chougule’s efforts. Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray lauded Vijay Chougule. He said that Vijay Chougule is a daring follower of late Sena Supremo Balasaheb Thackeray. Uddhav Thackeray appreciated Vijay Chougule for working beyond just elections.

The Wadar Bhavan built in Navi Mumbai is the first in the country. Uddhav Thackeray commended Vijay Chougule for it. He said that Vijay Chougule had set an example of how one Vijay could stand up for the welfare of an entire community. The event has uplifted the stature of Vijay Chougule further. Contrary to rumours and talks that Uddhav Thackeray is upset with Vijay Chougule, the Shiv Sena Executive President not only arrived at Wadar Bhavan but also showered praises on Vijay Chougule as well. None of the Shiv Sena leaders in Navi Mumbai, including Vijay Nahata were present here, even though they were seen on the dais of the late Annasaheb Patil anniversary event that was ended just before the good will visit of the leaders at Wadar Bhavan. Their absence once again showcased the factionalism and rifts within Shiv Sena in Navi Mumbai. #ZebaWarsia – NMTV News

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