Ever since the Maha Vikas Aghadi has come to power, BJP has been it’s biggest opposition and a suggestive critic believing that the MVA coalition is short lived and soon will fall apart. But with elections ringing its bells around, both parties have time and again shown confidence in winning by a landslide margin.
Addressing Mathadi workers in Navi Mumbai to commemorate the 88th birth anniversary of late labour leader Annasaheb Patil, Former Chief Minister and Opposition Leader Devendra Fadnavis yet again came vocal about MVA’s collapse and called for speedy redressal to pending issues of Mathadi workers.
Speaking of his government, Former Chief Minister and Opposition Leader Devendra Fadnavis revealed in how his government was supportive of the Mathadi movement and how they had kept all doors open for Mathadi workers in setting up a system in getting their issues resolved, he further stated that MVA has the opportunity to resolve Mathadi issues and showed confidence that their issues will soon be resolved, he further reiterated that if these issues remain unheard then BJP if granted another tenure will surely address the unresolved demands and issues of Mathadi workers.
He also expressed confidence that with democracy having it’s ups and downs BJP will get another opportunity to come to power in Maharashtra.
While stating this Opposition Leader Devendra Fadnavis urged that all parties must strive to work for the cause of Mathadi workers without bringing up any politics.
He also requested the Union minister to resolve the issues related to exemptions granted under section 194C of the Income Tax Act, which is not addressed in the new IT portal.
The event was graced by Union Labour and Employment Minister Bhupender Yadav, along with top BJP leaders from Navi Mumbai with several other Mathadi leaders marking their presence.