The warning came at a joint press meet with Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray. Sources said there is unrest in many sections of the state BJP unit over seat distribution and many party leaders who did not get tickets have filed nomination against the party’s official candidates.
Sources said between the publication of the draft plan and the government sanction, which came on Tuesday, there were over 100 cases where applications or recommendations for deletion of public open space reservations were made.
Yuva Sena president and party’s heir apparent Aaditya Thackeray, who visited MNP on Wednesday morning, fired a barb at the CM accusing his “government of attempting to hack another green space in Mumbai”.
The committee was told to examine the authenticity of the tapes, while also ascertaining if the conversations in these and the allegations raised against the bureaucrat were linked to the MSRDC’s flagship Samruddhi Corridor project.