Devendra Fadnavis slams MVA government's intention over the winter session

Former CM of Maharashtra blamed the government for not talking about issues related to farmers or Maratha Community.

Devendra Fadnavis slams MVA government's intention over the winter session

Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly, Devendra Fadnavis, recently made an allegation against the Thackeray government stating that it was trying to evade the assembly when the issues related to farmers and Maratha reservation is on the rise.

Sharing the same during the press conference, Devendra Fadnavis said that this government has held a short winter session and since the proposals are made on the first day, the event will be held only for 6-hour the following day. At present, the government has shown 10 bills in its work, and this does not count as discussion. Furthermore, the government is running away from convention as it does not allow people's questions to be asked, denies farmers' justice and addressing issues of the Maratha-OBC community. 

On the contrary, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had earlier accused the BJP of imposing emergency on the protesting farmers in Delhi. Responding to this, Devendra Fadnavis said, that the Chief Minister firstly should speak on Maharashtra and answer if the farmers' suicides stop here. Adding more he stated that the CM had promised INR 50,000 and INR 25,000 to the farmers here, but not a penny was given to them. The government has not given any money to the farmers who are suffering and instead speaks about America, Russia, Delhi, etc.

He also pointed out that the situation in Maharashtra is so bad that Maratha protesters have started breaking into houses, and are being imprisoned. An emergency-like situation is being whereby they should not even protest and not talk about it either because if one does, they are subjected to actions.

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