Mumbai News live updates, Ganeshotsav celebrations begin: The state tourism department, along with the municipalities of Mumbai, Thane, Pune and Nagpur, have planned a special campaign to take the elderly to see important Ganesh pandals in their respective areas. The 10-day festival will begin on August 31. With a large number of people on the streets during the festival, the tourism department headed by minister Mangal Prabhat Lodha decided to plan a Ganesh Darshan Tour for Seniors. All citizens over the age of 60 can enjoy the visit.

In other news, Shiv Sena spokesperson Saamana Sunday wondered if congratulating rapists is part of hindu culture, referring to the recent incident in which 11 convicted rapists from Bilkis Bano in Gujarat were released under the remission policy and were later congratulated on their release. “Who is Bilkis Bano? Just because she is a Muslim does not mean that the atrocities against her, the rape and murder of her child are forgivable,” Saamana’s article ‘Rokhthok’, a weekly column by MP Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha Sanjay asked. Rault.

Also, Raju Shetti, President of Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana, in conversation with Shubhangi Khapre said, “Ruling and opposition parties have failed to draw attention to the plight of farmers.” The start of the festivals heralds the promises of prosperity and hope in rural Maharashtra during the monsoon. But this year, heavy rains and floods have taken their toll on farmers, with their plight showing no signs of abating.