Before the monsoon session, there is a tussle between the ruling party and the opposition, Ajit Pawar said – Shinde government is treacherous, dishonest and illegal

Mumbai: The Monsoon Session of the Maharashtra Legislature is starting from Wednesday. This will be the first session of the new government formed under the leadership of Eknath Shinde after rebelling against Shivsena. Boycotting the ruling party’s Tea Party on the eve of the convention, opposition Maha Vikas Aghadi leader Ajit Pawar accused the government of being treacherous, dishonest and illegal. Responding to the opposition’s allegations, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said, “Our government is not treacherous and dishonest. We have won the trust of the people. Hitting back, Shinde said, “It is natural for Ajit Pawar to be worried about the new government, as the previous Mahavikas Aghadi government was run by Ajit Pawar.”

Responding to questions from journalists at the state guest house Sahyadri on Tuesday, Chief Minister Shinde said, “Our government does not support threats or assault on MLAs. Laws are same for all.’ The Chief Minister announced a probe into the matter related to Shinde faction MLA Prakash Surve and MLA Santosh Bangar.

Treasury opened for farmers
Chief Minister Shinde said that Pawar’s previous government had given Rs 10,000 per hectare to the farmers who were hit by the disaster and our government was giving Rs 13,600 per hectare to the farmers affected by the disaster. 27 thousand per hectare is going to be given for fruit crops instead of 15 thousand. For the loss of fruit orchards, farmers will be given Rs 1.08 lakh instead of 50 thousand.

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