The All India Majalis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) on Friday held an agitation where they sarcastically thanked Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for resolving various problems faced by the city and the Marathwada region of the state.
This unique form of protest was held near Baba Petrol Pump in the city.
Thackeray had arrived in Aurangabad for a flag-hoisting ceremony on the occasion of the Marathwada Mukti Sangram Din (Marathwada Liberation Day) at a memorial located in Siddharth Garden. He was rather welcomed with a sarcastically toned protest.
The AIMIM workers stood at the square carrying placards in their hands, which read, "Thank you chief minister for resolving the drought-related woes, clearing the irrigation backlog and for resolving other issues".
Former AIMIM corporator Naser Siddiqui said, "Aurangabad is now known as the city of potholes. Shiv Sena says that the party has given 14 mayors to the city. But the chief minister should assess what work they have done for the city."
"So we are standing here to thank the chief minister," he added.
(With PTI Inputs)