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Devendra Fadnavis claims Maharashtra govt did now not abet cotton, soybean farmers who misplaced vegetation in locust assault

Mumbai: BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday accused the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra executive of ignoring the effort farmers within the articulate and failing on the Maratha reservation worry.

The feeble chief minister talked about the executive has did now not present financial abet to farmers. The Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) executive completes a one year reasonably than job on Saturday.

“The Thackeray executive has failed in offering financial support to farmers. The manager has completely disregarded their hassle. Cotton, soybean vegetation obtained destroyed attributable to pest assault, but no abet became offered to farmers,” Fadnavis talked about in a press convention.

“This executive has miserably failed in Maratha reservation as successfully,” he alleged.

“A number of of the articulate ministers are deliberately making contradictory statements on the Maratha reservation worry. They’re doing so that you might perhaps duvet up the executive’s failure. This executive is deliberately dragging its toes within the Supreme Court,” he talked about.

The BJP leader additionally talked about that he had now not considered any chief minister in Maharashtra, rather than Uddhav Thackeray, who threatened the Opposition “so unprecedented”, and talked about his recent interview to ‘Saamana‘ (Shiv Sena mouthpiece) did now not befit the constitutional submit he held.

Fadnavis extra talked about, “The Supreme Court and the Bombay Excessive Court’s recent choices are enough to underscore the constitutional breakdown within the articulate.”

He became it sounds as if regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to extend journalist Arnab Goswami’s interim bail and the Bombay Excessive Court’s commentary that the Mumbai civic body’s action of demolishing fragment of actor Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow in Mumbai became unlawful and smacked of malafide intentions.

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