TALE OF TWO PROTESTS: While the Youth Congress activists protested increase in gasoline and diesel prices, the BJP t.. . Read
Nagpur: Political parties held numerous protests in town on Monday. Even though BJP protested astronomical energy bills issued by MSEDCL in locations, Congress leaders whined central government’s failure to rein in petrol and gas rates.
At most of the seven locations, no interpersonal distancing has been preserved. Many employees weren’t even wearing masks. TOI was current in the Tulsibagh MSEDCL workplace in which BJP workers were staging a demonstration. Until town president Pravin Datke had reached the place, activists were standing near one another. Datke requested them to endure some distance from one another.
Datke slammed the state authorities for sending astronomical invoices to customers, when their earnings had gone down as a result of lockdown. He slammed energy ministry Nitin Raut for demanding aid in the central government to decrease electricity bills.
“The Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities needs other people to do whatever but does not wish to invest one penny to help the frequent man. Why is it continuing power if it’s so reluctant? The Centre has given cash for rations, cotton procurement, train tickets of migrants, etc.. The MVA wants companies to cover their workers even if they’re not able to get the job done. But, it paid just half of the wages to its workers in March. Individuals have lost faith in this government,” explained Datke.
The BJP MLC cautioned his needs for up free electricity to 300 units for the lockdown period, abolition of surcharges, respectively
BJP staged protests in most six gathering constituencies. MP Vikas Mahatme, mayor Sandip Joshi, MLAs Vikas Kumbhare, Krishna Khopade and Mohan Mate, MLCs Datke, Anil Sole, Nago Ganar, Parinay Fuke, Girish Vyas, respectively apart from countless office-bearers engaged in them.
Congress workers led by their own town president MLA Vikas Thakre staged demonstrations against constant increase in prices of LPG, petrol and gas. Thakre hit out in the central authorities for burdening taxpayers, who was severely hit by the coronavirus downturn.
In Chandrapur, town unit of Congress staged sit-in agitation before district collectorate. MP Balu Dhanorkar fulfilled district collector and forwarded a memorandum of need in the title of President Ramnath Kovind.