Madhukar Sarpotdar

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Madhukar Sarpotdar (1936-2010) was a leader of Shiv Sena and a member of Lok Sabha elected from Mumbai North West. He was trade unionist and a member of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elected in 1990. On 10 July 2008, a Mumbai court sentenced Madhukar Sarpotdar and two other party activists to a year's rigorous imprisonment in connection with the riots.[1][2] However, he was immediately granted bail.[3] He died in 2010.[4]