Shivsena chief and Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday once again made an attempt to connect dissident MLAs stationed at a hotel in Guwahati since last week. He categorically said, the MLAs should succumb to bluffs. They will not get the same respect and honour that they got in Shivsena.
In an emotional post, he said, the family members of some MLAs contacted him and expressed their feelings to him. Thackeray said, he respects their feelings as the head of the family of Shivsena. The MLAs have been stranded in Guwahati for the last few days.
The Sena leader claimed that many MLAs who are in Guwahati are still in touch with him. Thackeray said, still the time has not gone and appealed to them to sit across the table with him and clear the doubts of Shivsainiks and people of the state, which he believed would definitely help in finding a way out.
Maharashtra’s leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council Pravin Darekar claimed that hundreds of Government Resolutions issued by various departments of the Maha Vikas Aghadi Government in the state have not yet been uploaded on the government’s website. Addressing a press conference in Mumbai, Darekar informed that the proposals are worth thousands of crore rupees.
Making a serious allegation against the MVA Government, Darekar said that the government is afraid of getting exposed for its malpractices if the Government Resolutions is published on the government’s website. He informed that the Maha Vikas Aghadi Government has issued a total of 443 GRs from 32 departments between the 17th and 27th of June this year. He added that around 160 GRs had been issued in a single day. He alleged that these GRs have been hastily drawn out in the interest of some people. Also, he said that it is not appropriate to take such a decision when there is political instability in the state and the government is in the minority.
Darekar informed that as the Leader of the Opposition, he had sent a letter to Governor B. S. Koshyari four days ago requested him to intervene in the government’s GR case.