Maharashtra govt. must not disown its accountability: Fadnavis
Maharashtra’s Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis stated on Monday that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray assembly Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not imply that the State might disown its accountability.
“The Bhosale committee report has said that there are limitations for the effectiveness of revision petition on the Maratha quota issue. The State Backward Class Commission should be formed and the report must be sent to the Central Commission. Which means the State has to act first,” Mr. Fadnavis stated.
Commenting on the problems raised by the State authorities delegation with Mr. Modi, Mr. Fadnavis stated that almost all of the problems, barring a number of, might have been dealt with on the State degree.
“We do not understand the reason behind discussing the issue of appointment of 12 MLCs. It is to be done by the Governor and not the Prime Minister,” he stated.
When requested concerning the separate assembly between each the leaders, Mr. Fadnavis stated that there was nothing shocking, including that he was not positive whether or not such an interplay had taken place. “Whenever a delegation goes to meet the Prime Minister, he always holds one-to-one talks with the Chief Minister before. We might go to any extent in opposing each other politically, but we have maintained individual relations,” he stated.
Meanwhile, varied Maratha organisations have questioned the end result of the assembly between the CM and the PM. “The community is sad as there was no outcome for the Maratha community. We were hopeful but neither the State nor the Centre informed us about who will take the responsibility of ensuring reservation for the community,” stated Vinod Patil, one of many petitioners in assist of Maratha reservation within the Supreme Court.