“Corona cases are on the rise. Patient growth is a cause for concern. If the number of patients continues to rise, then we will have to decide to wear masks again,” Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said. While interacting with the Janata Darbar today ( Thursday), interacted with the media. Also, the people of the state have experienced corona in all three waves of corona. Therefore, the state government and all agencies are keeping an eye on the increasing number.” That’s also what Ajit Pawar said .
The accusations made by opponents are unfounded:
Also, the amount of GST received by the Maharashtra government till March 2022 was Rs 29,647 crore. Two days ago, the central government handed out Rs 86,912 crore to 21 different states across the country. Of which 14 thousand 145 million rupees were received by the state government. We still have Rs 15,502 crore. Since 2019-20, when the GST Act came into force. The state government issued a resolution approving it. Maharashtra’s share in 2019-20 is Rs 1029 crore, in 2020-21 Rs 6470 crore remains. Rs 8 thousand 3 crore is due in 2021-22. The state government will make efforts to obtain this amount soon. The state government has set aside 3.5 billion rupees in revenue by cutting taxes on petrol, diesel and gas, saying it would be used to balance income and spending in the budget and for various development projects. Therefore, the allegations made by the opposition are baseless.” This was stated by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on this occasion.
Is it a shout to say that? Is it wrong to state the facts? –
While reporting on former Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar’s statement, Ajit Pawar said: Is it wrong to state the facts? He presented such a direct question. Therefore, we are convinced that the OBCs must be represented. The order of the Supreme Court must be obeyed, but the state government is seeing to it that the CBOs get bookings on the Madhya Pradesh lines.” That is also what Ajit Pawar said.
… So let such discussions about the horse market begin –
“Five members from BJP, two from Congress and one from Sena will be elected to Rajya Sabha. Now Shiv Sena has given the sixth candidate. Ajit Pawar also clarified that we will only give our vote to Shiv Sena. Rajya Sabha elections are taking place showing votes so there will be no horse market.The remaining question shows no independent vote.So this discussion is ongoing.Shiv Sena and BJP will get less votes.Some independents are affiliated with Shiv Sena and some are with us.The BJP also has some So such horse market discussions continue, said Ajit Pawar.
Nawab Malik, Anil Deshmukh in NCP court seeking permission to vote… –
The NCP is working to enable Minister Nawab Malik and former Minister Anil Deshmukh to vote in the Rajya Sabha elections. Let’s go to court. We will ask the court for permission regarding your right to vote. We are working hard.” This was also stated by Ajit Pawar.