Raj Thackeray also paid homage to Sharad Pawar on the phone.
Mumbai, October 30: After the governor’s visit, MNS president Raj Thackery had a phone conversation with NCP president Sharad Pawar today. Sharad Pawar has also clarified that “discussions have taken place with Raj on the phone but nothing has been decided about the meeting”.
The issue of opening temples has sparked a dispute between the Mahavikas Aghadi government and the governor. Meanwhile, MNS president Raj Thackeray’s meeting with the governor had sparked political discussions. However, Raj clarified that the visit was about rising electricity bills and problems of dairy farmers. But at the same time, the governor advised Raj Thackeray to talk to Sharad Pawar.
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Raj Thackeray also paid homage to Sharad Pawar on the phone. Sharad Pawar has revealed this after a phone conversation with Raj.
‘I got a call from Raj. Nothing was decided about our meeting. I’m out of town. Therefore, no such meeting was planned. Only Raj Thackeray told me that the Governor has advised me to talk to you, ‘said Sharad Pawar.
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The governor tossed the ball in the court of Sharad Pawar instead of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on the issue of milk producing farmers and electricity bills. Therefore, the governor in a way said that he was upset with ‘that’ letter of the Chief Minister. Therefore, there is a sign that the conflict between the Governor and the Chief Minister will continue in the future.
What are the demands of Raj Thackeray?
‘People have been given huge electricity bills during the lockdown. We talked to the state government about this. Our leaders also met the energy ministers. However, no settlement has been reached yet. The first demand made by Raj Thackeray was that the government should refund the increased amount of electricity bills to the power consumers.
Also, ‘Raj Thackeray also targeted the rates that milk producers get. Today, large milk companies pay farmers Rs 17-18 per liter and make huge profits on it. Sometimes dry drought and sometimes wet drought is plaguing the farmers. Rising inflation has made it expensive to care for cattle. Therefore, farmers should get Rs 27 to 28 per liter, ‘demanded Raj.