'MVA govt silencing opposition': Union minister Ramdas Athavale demands President's rule in Maharashtra

Alleging that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities was harassing the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) leaders in Maharashtra, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athavale stated that he would meet House Minister Amit Shah to demand the imposition of President’s rule within the state. “The one various is to implement the President’s rule in Maharashtra,” stated Athavale.

“I’ll write a letter to the President of India and Union House Minister Amit Shah searching for the dissolution of the MVA authorities in Maharashtra and imposition of the President’s rule. I will even personally meet Shah to debate the issues of Maharashtra,” he added.

President of the Republican Social gathering of India (A), an alliance associate of the BJP within the state and the Centre, Athavale had received a Rajya Sabha ticket via a BJP quota.

“The MVA authorities is making an attempt to silence the opposition in Maharashtra. They’re misusing the authorities and energy towards political rivals,” stated Athavale who additionally expressed concern over the style by which the MVA authorities allegedly used police power to query Devendra Fadnavis over an alleged phone-tapping case.

The Mumbai crime department on Sunday recorded the assertion of Opposition chief and former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis in a case pertaining to alleged phone-tapping carried out by the State Intelligence Division (SID).

Earlier, Maharashtra House Minister Dilip Walse Patil had categorically said that Fadnavis was questioned by the police within the cellphone tapping case. He had additionally said that “Fadnavis was neither summoned nor handled as an accused”.



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