The Shiv Sena on Wednesday rolled up its sleeves to prepare for electioneering. Ahead of Lok Sabha elections, the party organised a three-day seminar on “polishing and grooming” its second-rung leadership and party workers. The sessions are the brainchild of Executive President Uddhav Thackeray.
“The seminar will not just have presentations on public speaking, but an overall agenda on honing up skills of our workers and leaders. Senior leader Manohar Joshi inaugurated it in the morning at Shivalaya,” Anil Desai, secretary, elections, said. “It’s about elections also. There has been a delimitation of constituencies and many don’t know much about it. The seminar is to educate workers and strengthen the existing network.”
The workshop has been divided into sessions of 100 to 200 workers each.