Aditya Thackeray born on Wednesday, 13 June 1990 (age 30 years; as in 2020) is an Indian politician. He is the son of Uddhav Thackeray and the grandson of Bal Thackeray, founder of the Shiv Sena. Look here for Aditya Thackeray Wiki, Age, Biography, Caste, Girlfriend, Wife, Family & more.
• Aditya joined the Shiv Sena in 2010.
• He founded the Yuva Sena (Youth wing of the Shiv Sena) on 17th October 2010, and Bal Thackeray appointed Aditya as its President.
• He established Yuva Sena units in Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Bihar and Jammu and Kashmir.
• In 2018, Aaditya was named as a Leader of the Shiv Sena and a member of the National Executive Body.
• In October 2019, he made his electoral debut by contesting in the Maharashtra Assembly Elections from Mumbai’s Worli Constituency.
• On 24 October 2019, Aditya Thackeray won from Mumbai’s Worli Constituency by 67,427 votes.
• On 30 December 2019, he was sworn in as a Cabinet Minister in the Maharashtra Government.
Writing and Reading Poems, Travelling, Playing Cricket
• In October 2010, Aditya protested outside Mumbai University and demanded to ban a book by Rohinton Mistry, included in the syllabus of the university. Aditya stated that Mistry’s book, Such a Long Journal, contained insulting language towards the Indian culture. He also stated that he was not against banning the book completely, but only wanted to get it removed from the university, as the students should not be forced to read such a book.
• On 12 October 2015, the Shiv Sena smeared ink on scholar Sudheendra Kulkarni’s face before a book launch event by former Pakistan minister, Khurshid Kasuri. Various journalists condemned this act by the Shiv Sena and stated that the attack on Kulkarni was unjustified. Later, Aditya defended the ink attack by stating that it was a non-violent, democratic, and historic attack, and it was a well-deserved attack on someone who supported anti-national elements.
• During the campaigning of the 2014 Maharashtra Assembly elections, in the editorial of ‘Saamna’ magazine, Aditya stated that the Gujaratis and other non-Marathi businessmen had extracted a lot from Mumbai, and they use Mumbai like an “attractive prostitute” to construct their Dwarkas (Cities of gold). Later, Aditya apologized for his statement.