BJP chief Sudhir Mungantiwar on Thursday moved a breach a privilege discover in opposition to Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, accusing him of not fulfilling the peace of mind given within the House about making new appointments to the statutory improvement boards within the state. Moving the discover within the Legislative Assembly, Mungantiwar mentioned that on December 15 final yr, Pawar had informed the House that appointments to the statutory improvement boards can be made as quickly as attainable.
“However, the deputy chief minister has not fulfilled the peace of mind and therefore this amounted to breach of privilege,” the previous finance minister mentioned. Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal introduced that the discover might be despatched to the privileges committee.
Pawar, who was current within the House, mentioned that though the statutory improvement boards will not be in existence now, the federal government will guarantee equitable distribution of funds to Vidarbha, Marathwada and North Maharashtra areas. Earlier this week, Pawar had mentioned that appointments for statutory improvement boards for Marathwada and Vidarbha can be made after Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari clears the 12 names for legislative council beneath his quota.
On Monday, Pawar had mentioned that appointments to those boards might be achieved the second Koshyari clears the names of 12 members to the council.