Zoom News : Sep 17, 2022, 04:55 PM
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde unveiled the statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Aurangabad. In protest, the leaders associated with the youth wing of the NCP cleaned the statue and bathed it with milk. The leaders alleged that the statue was unveiled by the anti-national chief minister. That's why he did it. Actually, this whole matter is related to the neglect of opposition leaders and student organizations in the invitation letter. It is alleged that only people associated with the ruling party were invited, whereas even the top leaders of the opposition were not invited. Whereas, this statue is a much awaited project.The latest development is related to the unveiling of the statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Aurangabad. This statue has been installed in the Dr. Balasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University campus. Chhatrapati is riding a horse in the statue. When CM Shinde unveiled the statue on 16 September, the next day i.e. today, leaders associated with the youth wing of NCP came to the college and started washing the statue with water.Anti-national CM allegationNCP leaders said that the statue was unveiled by the anti-national chief minister. So he first bathed the idol with milk and then water and performed purification.Angry over not calling opposition leadersActually, the matter is understood that yesterday when CM Shinde unveiled the statue, the student union had become aggressive due to non-inclusion of the names of opposition party leader Ambadas Danve and many other leaders in the invitation letter for the ceremony. There is also a controversy regarding the invitation letter for the unveiling of the statue. Union Minister of State for Railways Raosaheb Danve, Union Minister of State for Finance Dr. Bhagwat Karad, Rohyo Minister Sandipan Bhumre, Minister Abdul Sattar, Uday Samant, Atul Save are in the invitation but on the other hand, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Ambadas Danve's name was not there. Apart from this, a dispute arose over not giving invitation letters to the student organizations.