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Opposition will besiege government in Bis over agrarian crisis and loss of investment: Ajit Pawar

Nagpur. Leader of the Opposition in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Ajit Pawar on Sunday said that the opposition will corner the Eknath Shinde-led state government in the winter session of the Legislature beginning on Monday on the issue of agrarian distress and investment projects being pulled out of the state’s hands. Pawar also said that the opposition has unanimously decided to boycott the traditional tea party to be organized by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde this evening.

On Shivaji Maharaj, Governor B.S. Other issues like Koshyari’s remarks and the ongoing border dispute with Karnataka are also likely to dominate the winter session. Former Deputy Chief Minister Pawar said in a press conference, the opposition will attack the government on the issue of giving preference to other states than Maharashtra for projects with big investments and on the issue of agrarian crisis.

Pawar was accompanied by Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council Ambadas Danve (Shiv Sena UBT), senior Nationalist Congress Party leader and State Congress President Nana Patole. Pawar said, it has been almost six months since the state government came to power, but it has not been able to live up to the expectations of the people. The opposition has been targeting the Eknath Shinde-BJP government ever since it chose Gujarat to set up Vedanta-Foxconn’s ambitious semiconductor plant.

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