Shiv Sena dispute: Days after Election Commission of India recognised Eknath Shinde faction as real Shiv Sena and allotted part symbol ‘Bow and arrow’ to them, The Lok Sabha secretariat on Tuesday allocated Shiv Sena office in parliament house to Eknath Shinde faction.
Eknath Shinde faction leader Rahul Shewalae had written a letter to The Lok Sabha secretariat asking for the designated room for Sena office in parliament. Then after Shiv Sena office situated in Parliament building has been alloted to Shiv Sena party.
The EC had recognised the Eknath Shinde faction as the original Shiv Sena last week. The poll panel had declined the claim of Uddhav Thackeray over party symbol. Shiv Sena was founded by Bal Thackeray in 1966.
As per information, currently both factions leaders are using Shiv Sena parliament office.