Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray dies at 86 in Mumbai today


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Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray died at 86 in Mumbai:-

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Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray died on Saturday in Mumbai after prolonged illness.Thackeray passed away at 3.30 pm after a cardio-respiratory arrest, his doctor Jaleel Parkar announced at Bandra, Mumbai.

 Thackeray had not been keeping well since July when he was admitted to the Lilavati Hospital where he was being treated for ailments related to both the lungs and pancreas.

The 86-year-old Thackeray, who founded the Shiv Sena in 1966 to fight for the rights of Maharashtrians, was suffering from lungs and pancreatic ailments and had been put on life-support system for the last few days.


Mr Thackeray had been unwell since July this year when he was admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital for breathlessness and constipation. He was released after a week in hospital, and was being nursed at his Bandra residence, Matoshree. The Sena chief was under constant medical supervision, with a team of doctors stationed at his home.

As Thackeray leaves the political stage he leaves behind his son Udhav Thackeray and nephew Raj Thackeray. It is actually his nephew, Raj who is in all probability likely to inherit Thackeray’s political legacy despite having parted ways with him two years ago. This is also because Bala Thackeray’s son Udhav is not well and had to undergo a bypass surgery twice in last two months.
He is survived by his wife Mina and sons Jaidev and Uddhav, who is the executive president of the Shiv Sena, which Mr Thackeray founded in 1966.

Mr Thackeray Born in 1926 to Keshav Thackeray – popularly known as Prabhodhankar after his magazine Prabhodhan – ironically, Bal Thackeray came from a legacy of tolerance. His father was a social reformer who worked to eradicate the evils of the caste system. In the 1950s, he was one of the leading voices of the Samyukta Maharashtra Movement that was launched to create a state for Maharashtrians on linguistic grounds. But the young Thackeray would take from that movement, not too much of its progressive and forward-thinking aspects, but its violent nature



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