Coordination between the allies of Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi is good, at present the emphasis is on epidemic: Thorat
Mumbai Maharashtra Revenue Minister Balasaheb Thorat on Monday said that there is good synergy between the constituents of the ruling Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi and the government led by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is currently focused on controlling the Corona virus epidemic. Thorat, who completed one year as the state Congress chief, told PTI that the perception of not having talks between allies is simply because the chief minister is completely dedicated to the fight against the covid-19 epidemic.
He said, "But now the coordination and dialogue between the three parties (Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP) is good." The notion that there was no talk was because the chief minister is completely devoted to the struggle against the corona virus epidemic. "Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi had raised a controversy in May saying that his party was a coalition government of Maharashtra Does not involve decision making. Senior Congress leader Ashok Chavan allegedly accused the bureaucracy of creating differences between the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi.
On completing one year as state Congress chief, Thorat said, "Strengthening the organization is a continuous process. We must now focus on strengthening the party and ideology and bringing new leaders to the fore. The state executive committee will be announced soon. "He said," The Kisan loan waiver scheme was an important part of the Common Minimum Program and has been implemented. We feel that the Nyaya Yojana (Minimum Income Guarantee Scheme proposed by Congress) should be implemented nationwide. He said, "If the (justice) proposal is given in-principle approval, the necessary funds can be arranged.