Youth sends 12 threat texts to Bhujbal; booked

  • | Saturday | 2nd December, 2023

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar: The Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar police have booked a youth on the charges of sending at least 12 text messages and making multiple calls and threatening state food and civil supplies minister and NC P (Ajit) leader Chhagan Bhujbal of dire consequences. Police said that based on the complaint lodged by NCP office bearer Manoj Ghodke, a non-cognizable offence has been registered against the accused at the Pundalikanagar police station.Ghodke stated that Bhubal had been to the city on November 19.City police, the state intelligence and director general of police office, prepared a special report about the threat and sent to the state government, which has upped Bhujbals security. We also published the following articles recentlyAjit Pawar is my leader, no plans to join BJP: Chhagan BhujbalChhagan Bhujbal, an NCP leader, denied any intentions of joining the BJP and confirmed his loyalty to Ajit Pawar. Bhujbal emphasized his long-standing political career and his commitment to the welfare of the OBC community. He requested OBC leaders to support the communitys interest on the reservation issue. Bhujbal expressed concerns about the impact of giving reservation to Marathas in the OBC quota. Efforts are being made to convince Pankaja Munde to attend the upcoming rally in Hingoli, which is expected to be attended by over two lakh people from the OBC community.Stop giving Marathas Kunbi certificates: Maharashtra minister Chhagan BhujbalFood and civil supplies minister Chhagan Bhujbal demands the winding up of the Justice Shinde committee and scrapping of Kunbi caste certificates given to Marathas. Bhujbal suggests a comparative study by the Nirgude committee instead of examining the backwardness of the Maratha community. He emphasizes the need for a caste census to establish the communitys backwardness. Bhujbal criticizes Maratha quota activist Manoj Jarange Patil for instigating violence and calls for upholding the law against preventing OBC leaders from entering villages. OBC leader Babanrao Taywade warns against insulting the OBC community.Chhagan Bhujbal must resign, says his cabinet colleague Vikhe PatilState revenue minister Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil criticizes food and civil supplies minister Chhagan Bhujbal for making public statements against cabinet decisions. Bhujbal asks for the disbandment of the Justice Shinde committee, which is laying out the procedure for providing Kunbi certificates to Marathas. Vikhe Patil suggests that Bhujbal should resign before making such statements to maintain the governments credibility. Bhujbal responds by saying he is willing to resign if asked by the chief minister and deputy chief minister. Deputy CM Ajit Pawar emphasizes the importance of having a discussion on providing additional quota without affecting existing quotas. The state had set up the Justice Shinde-headed panel to decide the procedure for giving Kunbi certificates to Marathas with Kunbi records.

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