- Balasaheb Thorat said that there is no resentment of the Congress government
- He said that the vault of the government is empty because of Corona
- Congress ministers expressed resentment, accused of neglect
- Congress ministers had said that their departments are not being provided adequate funds from the government
Maharashtra Congress President and Revenue Minister Balasaheb Thorat has said that there is no resentment of the Congress Mahavikas Aghadi government. We are aware that Corona has caused a significant reduction in revenue. Because of which all ministers are facing shortage of money. Whether Shiv Sena or Nationalist Congress Party (shivsena and NCP), we have no resentment with anyone. Thorat, while speaking to media personnel in Nashik, said that in the current situation, only money is going from the state coffers. The means of getting money are becoming very limited due to which there is shortage of money.
Energy Minister Nitin Raut had charged
Energy Minister of Mahavikas Aghadi government and senior Congress leader Nitin Raut (energy minister nitin raut) had made a big accusation on Thackeray government (uddhav thackeray government) that his department was not being provided enough funds due to which many Development plans are hanging in the balance. Especially the Department of Power, Education Department and Tribal Department are feeling neglected in the government. All these departments are with the Congress. While the Transport Department has been given the package. The Ministry of Transport is with the Shiv Sena.
Raut wanted to give relief to electricity consumers
The MNS of the main opposition BJP and Raj Thackeray (MNS chief Raj Thackeray) has warned the government about the relief in electricity consumers. A debate in this regard was held in the cabinet meeting on Thursday. Due to which the atmosphere was changed to Congress vs Shiv Sena and NCP. No decision of any kind could be taken during the debate. It is being told that Chief Minister Thackeray was pacified by saying that he himself would meet separately with the Energy Minister in this regard. It is being told that in the meeting the Energy Minister said that he sent the proposal eight times to give relief to the common man in electricity bills, but no decision was taken. After the aggressive opposition of the opposition, the government in the cabinet meeting admitted that the bills which came more during the Corona period need to be given relief.
Casey Padvi also expressed resentment
State tribal minister KC Padvi (maharashtra tribal minister kc padvi) has already expressed his opposition to the government. Padvi said that the fund was not allotted to his department even after meeting the state finance minister. While 20 percent of the fund was decided to be given to non-aided school and 20 percent to additional fund-aided school. But the Finance Department has not yet passed it. The Transport Department has been given a fund of Rs 1000 crore. The issue of not giving funds in future can cause trouble in the Mahavikas Aghadi government.