Mumbai Police Detained Congress Leaders Who Went On A Protest March To Raj Bhavan Nana Patole Said This
Maharashtra Congress Portest: Several Congress leaders in Mumbai, led by...
Maharashtra Congress Portest: Several Congress leaders in Mumbai, led by Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole, were taken into custody after they were stopped by the police at the assembly building. In fact, they were marching to the Raj Bhavan, the residence of Governor BS Koshyari, protesting against rising unemployment and other issues.
The state Congress president said that “we are going to Raj Bhavan only to protest against the central government and the BJP. Unemployment and harassment are increasing due to increased GST (Goods and Services Tax). The police is under pressure and is stopping us.” The Congress delegation, including leaders like Congress Legislature Party leader Balasaheb Thorat, Ashok Chavan, Mohan Joshi, Chandrakant Handor and Varsha Gaikwad, was initially stopped by Dr Hari Balaji, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone 1). The leaders alleged that this is an emergency-like situation.
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Balasaheb Thorat said that “We have the right to protest. We all had the right to protest even before independence. The government is strangling us. We will protest.” Police also removed Congress banners at the entrance of Raj Bhavan and stopped cars going towards Raj Bhavan area near Babulnath signal. BJP leader and former minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said on this matter. “The Congress was part of the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. What did they do to solve the problems?”
About a month ago, before Eknath Shinde’s rebellion, the Maha Vikas Aghadi was in the government, of which the Congress was also a part. At the same time, after changing the situation, the Congress is an attacker on the government. On June 30, Eknath Shinde and Devendra Fadnavis took oath as Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister.
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