Nagpur: Leader of Opposition whose name is Devendra Fadnavis. He has completely refused to comment on all the allegations of NCP minister Nawab Malik, In which Devendra Fadnavis was accused of criminal elements and links with the underworld.
Criticizing the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) party ministers for not meeting the demands of many employees of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) at all, The former Chief Minister had termed this government led by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray as insensitive and then reiterated the Bharatiya Janata Party full support to him.
While talking to media persons just after reaching the airport, a senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader has said that his tweet was a fitting reply to all the allegations leveled against him by NCP minister Nawab.
War of words with skill development minister
Quoting George Bernard Shaw, the MLA of South West Nagpur tweeted on twitter, “A long time ago I learned not to wrestle with a pig at all. And then you get dirty, besides all that pig loves it.”
Only after getting embroiled in a war of words with the skill development minister, Devendra has maintained that there is absolutely no need to attach any importance to all the latter allegations and even the Bharatiya Janata Party Mumbai chief whose name is Ashish Shelar had also clarified this very well.
For their various demands including the merger of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation with the state government, the erstwhile employees are on an indefinite strike from the date of 28 October, Which had completely stopped the transport services in Maharashtra since last week.
It has also been said that the government is acting like a dictator by sacking all the striking employees. A similar attitude will make the situation even worse. This can be easily resolved by talking. Now the time has come that the government should wake up and increase the salary of all the employees. So that the cases of suicide of all those employees can be stopped. Bharatiya Janata Party leaders will continue to fully support all these striking workers and many of our leaders have joined their protest.