Nagpur: Perhaps peeved by the poor response to his earlier letter from chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and, generally from all quarters, BJP MLA from Katol Ashish Deshmukh has sent another missive. In this one, Deshmukh has said that the 'farce' of holding the winter session of state legislature in Nagpur be ended once and for all, as it has failed to serve the intended purpose of doing justice to Vidarbha.
Nagpur: The combined march by political parties to the Vidhan Sabha here on Tuesday turned out to be the first major attempt to re-lay a firm foundation for opposition unity, aimed at defeating the BJP in the 2019 elections.Stealing the thunder on his 77th birthday, NCP supremo Sharad Pawar warned the BJP-Sena government and chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, "Farming community of Maharashtra is capable of throwing your government out of power. Do not be arrogant and play vindictive politics.
Nagpur: City centre Sitabuldi, and all roads leading to Wardha Road between Rahate Colony T-point and Kasturchand Park, are expected to shut down for traffic from 11am till 6pm on Tuesday, for the opposition show of strength.
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