In Maharashtra, BJP MP Udayan Raje is known for his unique style. On Saturday too, he showed the same style. In protest against the lockdown in Maharashtra, he sat on the road with a bowl in his hand. According to him, the expert group sitting in the state government does not have any expertise in anything. Had he been a merchant, he would have opened a shop. Due to the lockdown, the poor have got starved of gold.
On the road near Powai Chowk in Satara, the Rajya Sabha MP has started a begging movement with a bowl. Opposing the lockdown imposed by the state government, he said that the solution to the problem cannot be a lockdown. He said that keeping in mind the festivals, traders have bought goods by taking loans. If the shops are not open now, where will they fill the EMI? He warns that from tomorrow they announce 'no lockdown'. If there is a conflict, then it will be the responsibility of the Thackeray government.
'Government to remove lockdown, otherwise we are not responsible if there is conflict'
In the meantime, MP Udayan Raje Bhosle, with Rs 450 deposited in the begging movement, went straight to the collector's office and kept the demand that the state government should reconsider the decision of lockdown. He said that they are demanding not only from the traders and shopkeepers but also from the general public that the lockdown should be lifted.
'Lockdown imposed to hide black exploits'
Addressing the state government, he said, "You have stopped everything and created a situation of starvation." You are responsible for the situation that has arisen today. You have put a lockdown to hide your black exploits. " MP Udayan Raje had also demanded from the state government a few days ago that if the state government decides to impose a lockdown, then before that people will be threatened for employment, deposit the money in their bank account and provide relief before the lockdown Transported.