State Minister Bachchu Kadu criticized the Mahavikas Aghadi government over the issue of rice and gram procurement. Prime Minister Uddhav Thackeray must immediately talk to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and resolve the issue; otherwise, we will make a decision on the vote in the Rajya Sabha elections in the last five minutes, he warned.
Elections for six Rajya Sabha seats will be held on June 10. Shiv Sena is currently rigging the votes to choose the sixth candidate. In this context, Kadu’s warning is significant.
Bachchu Kadu said: “Our vote will not go to BJP. However, we will also vote for Mahavikas Aghadi in the last five minutes. The number of gram farmers in Maharashtra is one lakh and the number of rice farmers is four to five lakh. The central government does not buy agricultural products. Therefore, they should give a subsidy of Rs 1000 per hectare to gram and rice farmers. In this regard, the Chief Minister and Sharad Pawar should meet with Modi. The Chief Minister should take immediate action for this.”
The role of independent MLAs is very important for the sixth position. For this, both parties are in contact with independent MLAs. In addition, the opinion of the allies in the alliance government will not be divided. The Thackeray government is also dealing with this. In it, Bachchu Kadu has warned the Thackeray government.