Criticizing the Maharashtra governor for his recent remarks, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday said that Bhagat Singh Koshyari has enjoyed the cuisine of the state and added that it is time for him to “Kolha Puri chappal”. “See.
“As the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari enjoyed everything Maharashtra in the last 2.5 years. He enjoyed the food of Maharashtra, now it’s time for him to visit the chappals of Kolhapuri,” said Uddhav Thackeray. said
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari courted a controversy by saying that there would be no money left in Mumbai and that if Gujaratis and Rajasthanis were removed from the city, it would cease to be the financial capital of the country. Leaders of all political parties reacted to his statement on Friday.
Udu said that the office of governor is a prestigious position and he does not want to disrespect it. But Bhagat Singh Koshyari, who is sitting on the Governor’s chair, should also respect the chair. The Shiv Sena president said that his statement was an insult to Marathi Manu.
He added that he was surprised to know who writes his speech and whether it comes from Delhi or elsewhere.
He also alleged that the governor was trying to divide the society on religion. He added that he was crossing every limit and it was time to send the parcel back.
As his statement during a function on Friday evening triggered a row with objections from political parties, the governor said on Saturday that his comments were “misconstrued”, and also clarified that he had “no intention of diminishing the labour. Marathi-speaking people in the growth and development of Maharashtra”.
Criticizing the governor, the Congress demanded an apology from him. “I tell people here that if Gujaratis and Rajasthanis are kicked out of Maharashtra, especially Mumbai and Thane, you have no money,” the governor said after a chowk (square) naming ceremony in Andheri. will happen and Mumbai will no longer be the financial capital”, a western suburb of Mumbai.
A release issued by the Raj Bhavan said Koshyari praised the contribution of the Rajasthani-Marwari and Gujarati communities in making Mumbai the financial capital of the country. The governor said that the Rajasthani-Marwari community is living in different parts of the country and also in countries like Nepal and Mauritius.
He said that wherever the people of this community go, they not only do business, but also do humanitarian work by building schools and hospitals. As his comments sparked a controversy, Koshyari issued a statement on Saturday, saying he was only talking about the Gujarati and Rajasthani communities’ contribution to trade and industry in the city.
“In doing so, I had no intention of demeaning Marathi speakers. My comments were misconstrued,” he said. Koshyari said that he was proud to serve as the Governor of the illustrious state of Maharashtra. “Mumbai is the pride of Maharashtra and also the financial capital of the country. I also tried to learn Marathi in a short time,” he said.
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