These are just some of the thousands of suggestions that have flooded the Shiv Sena e-mail id (email@example.com) and 24x7 call centre (24222222) ever since the party invited citizens to send in suggestions for its pre-poll manifesto.
“We have received more than 4,000 e-mails and over 5,000 phone calls so far, and they just keep on coming,” said Shailesh Patil, head of the Sena’s IT cell.
Patil heads a team of 30 party workers who are currently sorting through the suggestions and forwarding the most plausible ones to party executive president Uddhav Thackeray.
“We make a note of every suggestion we receive,” said Patil. “Uddhav Sir personally calls back some of the complainants to assure them that their voice is being heard.”
E-mails have even been pouring in not just from Maharashtra but also from Maharashtrians in Punjab and even Australia, where some sons of the soil have said they feel ‘unsafe’.
The most common suggestions: Fix the roads and create more low-cost housing.