The Shiv Sena has resorted to moral policing with its youth wing Yuva Sena, confiscating liquor, gutkha and tobacco at Fort Sinhagad from New Year revellers. On the other hand, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) information technology (IT) department has decided to run awareness and cleanliness drives at Sinhagad.
The enthusiasts have started reaching historic Sinhagad right from Sunday and the Yuva Sena activists are keeping a vigil at the fort for the last three days. Yuva Sena city executive member
Gopal said Yuva Sena activists at Sinhagad caught 100 enthusiasts carrying liquor and other such items since Tuesday morning. He claimed that the police and forest officers helped the activists nab these enthusiasts carrying liquor and other addictive substances.
MNS IT department, on the contrary, has decided to undertake an awareness drive at Sinhagad. IT department president
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