Speaking to mediapersons on Tuesday, the CM Fadnavis said: “At this moment there is no proposal to denotify the land acquisition for the oil refinery. As a result, there is no change in the status of the project.”
Addressing a public rally at Rajapur in Ratnagiri district in Konkan, Thackeray also dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to relocate the projects to Gujarat or Vidarbha.
According to the police, Sawant was targeted by a group opposed to the involvement of a builder roped in by Sawant
to carry out a redevelopment project. After 2010 attack, he had been treated at a hospital for eight days, said Sawant’s daughter, Aishwarya (19).
When contacted, Leader of Opposition Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil said, “The Shiv Sena has called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a villain. Now, does it imply that it is also part of the dirty picture… playing a side role in the BJP.”
According to reports, multiple shots were fired and Sawant was rushed to the Shatabdi hospital.
“Is it right for the Prime Minister to speak on rape cases in a foreign country? Why should a picture be painted of India as witnessing rise in corruption and rape cases and as an unsafe country?” the party asked.
Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar said, “Coastal Road is a very important project for Mumbaiakars as it will help in decongesting the city and its suburbs.”
“The PM has spoken about rape cases (in India) in London. This is part of his sensitive mind. He is emotional and there are sparks in his mind against injustice, and we are seeing the sparks turn into flames on foreign land,”said Shiv Sena.
Shiv Sena said that farmers and labourers are unemployed but the government is busy with festivals. It further said that while the ruling party doesn’t do anything, it criticizes others’ works.
Citing an example of the trauma the falling prices of farm items has had on farmers, the Shiv Sena said a cultivator in Ahmednagar district called a music band and destroyed his own crop by letting cattle graze it amid music.
The double murder has put the focus on the strange city politics where political rivalries between BJP, NCP and Congress have been blurred by close family ties.
Addressing a press conference in Mumbai on April 6, Amit Shah had said the BJP hopes the Uddhav Thackeray-led party will continue to remain in the NDA fold.
Union minister Ananth Kumar on Thursday said that 400 MPs of the ruling NDA would forgo Rs 3.66 cr as salary and blamed the Congress for the near washout of the second half of the budget session that will end on Friday.
The Shiv Sena also accused the Election Commission (EC) of working under pressure from the government, and sought to know if the poll panel had decided to function as per the “suitability of the BJP.
The Sena said during the previous BJP-Shiv Sena rule in the state, such hurdles in the way of development were “fearlessly removed” from the ‘Mantralaya’ (the state secretariat).