Dilip D’Souza points to yet another reason why the Shiv Sena, should be disbanded.
Well, Dighe was, of course, a member of the Shiv Sena. This party is now reeling under the weight of an ancient Indian tradition: the bitter family feud. The nephew has quit in a huff, angry with the son (his cousin) for years of put-downs. He is widely seen as the more natural heir than his cousin to the party’s forty-year tradition of street thuggery. Trashing a major hospital, of course, went right along with that tradition.
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