Shiv Sena Chief Bal Thackeray Died at 86


The Iron Man, Lion, God Father, King of Maharashtra what not – He is there for the people of Maharastrians always at difficult times died today at his home Matoshree  in Mumbai at around 3:33 pm. Saturday 17th November 2012 is the end of Shiv Sena Supremo Bal Thackeray. This news was making rounds since he was completely critical and attend to the nearest Lilavathi Hospital just four days back.

Bal Thackeray passes away at age 86 was survived by his wife Mina and Sons Jaidev and Uddhav. This news made mumbai shocked and all the business are shutting down immediately after this news exposed. Central Force was guarding now in and around Mumbai, special police took the guard at matoshree.

Doctor said Bala Shaheb passed away at 3:33 pm today i.e saturday. We tried our best to revive bal thackeray but lung and pancreatic problems were very much severe. He fighted with Cardio-respiratory arrest.

Bal Thackeray’s cremation will be done tomorrow by 3 pm and around 20,000 cops were deployed in mumbai for smooth cremation process.

Full Name: Bala Saheb Thackeray

Date of Birth: Jan 23rd 1926

Passed Away on: November 17th 2012

Founder of: Shiv Sena Party


18th November 2012: Bal Thackeray Cremated in Mumbai.

This might not be first time after Independence that Mumbai & Maharashtra was completely shutdown but BALASAHEB cremation made it happen after a very very long time. This is called a completeness to his Life since he became a Mass Leader to the Maharashtrians.

Balasaheb’s last rites were done at Shivaji Park.

Bal Thackeray got the full state honours.

Top BJP Leaders came from all over the Nation to the Shivaji Park.

Thackeray found the shiva sena in June 1966.

Around 5 – 6 Lakhs Bal Thackeray followers and shiva sena visited Shivaji park.

Son Uddhav Thackeray lit final funeral pyre

Raj Thackeray was broke down into tears when he was at Shivaji Park

Shiv Sena launched its Daily Paper SAAMNA in 1988 which is in Marathi language and Dopahar ka Saamna which is Hindi Language.