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BJP, Congress face to face on migration of projects from the state

Former Minister of State (Finance) Rajendra Mulak said the Bharatiya Janata Party should have consulted every political stakeholder.

Nagpur: The decision of French company Safran to choose Hyderabad instead of Mihan is not a new thing in any way. But it has fueled the political fire even more, which started with the Tata-Airbus Gujarat move.

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Congress chief spokesperson Atul Londhe said, “Right now we are in great danger of being known as an unfavorable state (for business). How one after the other projects are going to other states. And in Nagpur also we have a central location, availability of land, and water is by no means an issue, then why are the projects shifting?” He said the youth of Maharashtra “will not forget this”.

“Our youth are in need of employment and I request you to do whatever is necessary to bring these projects back to Maharashtra,” Atul Londhe said.

Former Minister of State (Finance) Rajendra Mulak said the Bharatiya Janata Party should have consulted every political stakeholder.

If all the political parties come together, then it becomes very easy to bring projects into the state, because all the obstacles can be removed. At the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party has completely failed to bring others along and we are facing a situation where corporates do not want to invest at all in the state which is the financial capital of the country, Rajendra Mulak said.

Opposition parties should stop false propaganda

He has also said that relocating manufacturing facilities to Maharashtra makes sense in more ways than one. “We have a very well-established financial market in Mumbai which these corporates can tap. For consumer goods, we have a huge consumption-driven market in our major cities.” Rajendra Mulak said.

Leaders of BJP and Shiv Sena (Shinde Group), however, have also heavily criticized the opposition parties for these allegations.

BJP leader Sandip Joshi said, “Opposition parties should stop false propaganda and tell everyone that this Safran project is from the year 2021. Who was in power then? The members of Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) are trying too hard to hide their failures only by completely distracting the public from the real agenda. And a very old issue has also been raised by vested interests.”

BJP MLA Krishna Khopde said, “It is very shocking that the constituents of Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) are accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of migrating expected projects. Can they cite a single project that the Maha Vikas Aghadi brought to Mihan or Maharashtra in general? In fact, CM Eknath Shinde has already promised to bring very big projects in Maharashtra soon.”

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