Shiv Sena leader and MLA Neelam Gorhe has opposed the state cabinet’s decision of penalizing any political party for carrying out protests leading to destruction of public or private property. According to her, it is natural for people getting violent if the state fails to listen to their problems. While the state has approved the proposal, which states that the any political party organizing a morcha or demonstration will be liable to pay for the destruction of public or private property, Shiv Sena has already shown its disagreement towards this decision. This bill is yet to be sent to the Governor for acceptance and only after his acceptance, it will become a rule. But according to Shiv Sena, the state has turned a deaf ear to the problems of common man and when people left with no option take aggressive steps like violent morchas, the state, in its defense, starts introducing such bills. And its not just the Shiv Sena, but even the ruling front’s Revenue Minister Narayan Rane does pay much importance to this bill. With cameraperson Vikrant Baile, Rajeev Mishra for NMTV News.
March 16, 2015
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