Amit Thackeray welcomes his son; shares the photo of the newborn on his Facebook page
Amit Thackeray, the son of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader, Raj Thackeray, shared the first photo of his newborn baby on his Facebook page on Sunday, April 10. Earlier on Tuesday, it was reported that the MNS leader became a grandfather after his son Amit’s wife Mitali gave birth to a baby boy.
(Photo credit: Facebook/Amit Raj Thackeray)
Amit Thackeray’s newborn son has created an atmosphere of joy within the Thackeray family. The photo, which is currently going viral, was shared by Amit Thackeray on Sunday with only a heart emoji. Pictured is Amit Thackeray’s newborn son holding his little finger. The child’s face was not revealed in the photo.
Amit Thackeray, who is the Student Wing President of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), married Mitali Borude on January 27, 2019. Amit Thackeray and Mitali Borude made their romance public with a private engagement ceremony on December 11, 2017, at Raj Thackeray. Bombay House. Mitali Borude is the daughter of Dr. Sanjay Borude, a well-known doctor. They were blessed with a baby boy last Tuesday.
Amit Thackeray’s foray into politics
Son of MNS leader Raj Thackeray, Amit Thackeray entered politics on January 23, 2020, on the 94th birthday of Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray. His father Raj Thackeray had left the Shiv Sena party in 2005 after his uncle Bal Thackeray chose his son Uddhav to be his successor instead of Raj Thackeray. Prior to joining politics, Amit occasionally campaigned for the MNS.
Despite his official induction into the MNS and his appointment as “neta”, Amit did not speak out too much in politics and often kept himself aloof from the public. Since his official political launch, Amit has intermittently written letters to his uncle, CM Thackeray, on various pertinent issues such as declaring journalists as frontline workers for their early vaccination during a severe vaccine shortage and engaging in talks. with private schools on their own in the middle of the novel. pandemic.
Amit is also known for making public statements expressing support for doctors and nurses protesting pay cuts and government teachers demanding to meet their demands.