Nagpur: In a major development that could make or mar the city unit of Congress, the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) has expelled senior leader and former cabinet minister Satish Chaturvedi from the party. Anti-party activity by him during last year’s Nagpur Municipal Corporation elections is given as reason for the action.
Nagpur: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo Sharad Pawar’s reiteration that the demand for creating separate Vidarbha state had no mass support across the 11 districts of the region, is being seen as fresh attempt to weaken the statehood movement that has been barely kept alive for almost a century.Several pro-Vidarbha leaders expressed their anger over Pawar’s stance.
Nagpur: District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs) have been asked to book losses for the banned notes of Rs1000 and 500 denomination held by them when demonetization came into force. The notes, despite DCCBs’ insistence, were not accepted by the RBI in time citing various reasons, said sources in the cooperative sector.The move has miffed the cooperatives with the managements planning to move the courts now. The government had demonetized Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes on November 8, 2016.
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