Shiv Sena members hold a protest march in Kolhapur.

Shiv Sena party workers held a rally on Friday to oppose the Shiv Sena-BJP governments refusal to hold a deadline on the beautification and landscaping work to be carried out at Shahu Samadhi Sthal . The party workers made donations from the public in a black cloth to support the construction at Shahu Samadhi Sthal .

KOLHAPUR (KOLHAPUR) – Shiv Sena party workers held a rally on Friday to oppose the Shiv Sena-BJP governments' refusal to hold a deadline on the beautification and landscaping work to be carried out at Shahu Samadhi Sthal.The rally was taken out from Mahadwar road to Chhatrapati Shivaji Chowk.The party workers made donations from the public in a black cloth to support the construction at Shahu Samadhi Sthal, which was deemed a sign of protest.The funds gathered will be donated to Kolhapur district collector Rahul Rekhawar.

The civic body sponsored the first stage of the project.The MVA government approved a Rs 10.40 crore fund in June for the second phase of work, however, it was funded by the state's social welfare department.After the Shiv Sena-BJP government took power, a stay order was issued on these projects and the funds were suspended.Shahu Samadhi Sthal's life has been affected by this phenomenon.

The Kolhapur police have not allowed Shiv Sena staff to stage a protest march on Monday to the residence of Kolhapur MP Sanjay Mandlik, who had done so much for the benefit of the people.Sena workers, on the other hand, are steadfast in their march.We have been denied the permit, according to Sena district president Vijay Devane, citing a law and order issue.We have been told not to abandon the trip.