The party also released a list of star campaigners which include names of Union ministers Sushma Swaraj, Nitin Gadkari, and Rajnath Singh. State ministers, including Chandrakant Patil, Vinod Tawdeamong others, will also hold public meetings.
Expressing “shock” over the high court’s observations questioning the CM, Tawde said: “The High Court should give their observations in writing. It will then bring greater clarity and enable government to respond.”
The teachers affiliated to the Maharashtra Federation of University and College Teachers’ Organisation (MFUCTO) demanded the release of payments of teachers, who had participated in a 71-day protest in 2013.
Mehta is seen as the BJP’s Gujarati face in the current council of ministers. A former Mumbai BJP president, he is known as a networker with clout both at home and in Delhi. Now, however, he faces a probe ordered by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over corruption charges in a housing project.
According to inspection reports of the higher and technical education department, they did not have the area required to run a new college or the permission to use agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes. The report also stated that the three lacked drinking water and drainage facilities.
Tawde, who met Union Health Minister J P Nadda in New Delhi along with 22 other state health ministers, said the Centre should review the Supreme Court verdict that has made NEET compulsory for medical aspirants.