In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP formed the government in alliance and on Saturday, this government of Mahavikas Aghadi (MVA) completed one year in power. On this occasion, there was also rhetoric from both the government and the opposition. On 28 November 2019, Uddhav Thackeray formed the government in Maharashtra with the support of Congress and NCP. Many questions were raised about the future of the government, but now on completion of one year of this government, former Chief Minister and Leader of the state’s opposition Devendra Fadnavis attacked the government in a press conference and said that in a year in the state nothing happen.
BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said that “if anything this government has done in a year, it has only served to stay the decision of the previous government.” Farmers are upset due to cyclone, rain, floods all over Maharashtra, their crop has ended. Uddhavji remembered the promise of making the Chief Minister, but the promise you gave to the farmers that you will help them with 25 thousand rupees, you forgot that promise. An undisclosed emergency appears in Maharashtra. ”
In the last one year, the issue of declaring Aare as a forest in the Government of Maharashtra, the issue of GST dues with the Central Government arose and differences emerged with the Center on the bullet train. The cases of Kovid increased and a lockdown was announced in the state. Hospitals, jumbo centers were built, nature cyclones and unseasonal rains took effect. Sadhus were killed in Palghar, Sushant Singh case, Opposition attacks on the state government on Kangana case. There were differences with the Governor of the government and differences with the CBI and ED.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut responded to the questions of the opposition in his own style. Sanjay Raut said that “Devendra Fadnavis is the Leader of Opposition, is the Leader of Opposition. There is a good atmosphere on completion of one year.” Everyone is celebrating this day in their own way. If they celebrate like this, then they are welcome.