Border row to scorching up Maharashtra winter session | India News

Border row to scorching up Maharashtra winter session | India News
Border row to scorching up Maharashtra winter session | India News

NAGPUR: The Maharashtra opposition demanded a three-week meeting winter session, starting in Nagpur Monday, to debate backward areas of Vidarbha and Marathwada, and likewise boycotted the customary tea get together hosted by chief minister Eknath Shinde at his official residence within the metropolis on Sunday night.
An all-party opposition assembly had made it clear that it might goal the BJP-Shiv Sena (Balasaheb) authorities over the border controversy with Karnataka, alleged insult of icons like Shivaji Maharaj by governor BS Koshyari, agrarian misery, and shifting of big-ticket initiatives to neighbouring states.
Leader of opposition Ajit Pawar stated the Shinde-Fadnavis authorities had miserably did not fulfil expectations of individuals of Maharashtra on all counts after and, subsequently, all opposition events had unanimously determined to remain off the CM’s tea get together.
NCP’s Chhagan Bhujbal stated: “Never in Maharashtra’s 62-year historical past such a lot of villages in border areas have expressed want to shift to neighbouring states for not getting requisite services.”

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