Anil Deshmukh should leave home minister position from government says Devendra fadnavis.
After defilement charges were leveled against Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said that Maha Vikas Aghadi government has lost the ethical ground to stay in power.
A designation of BJP pioneers, driven by Devendra Fadnavis met the Governor and gave over a reminder.
"After such countless occurrences, the Chief Minister is quiet. Pawar Sahab held two public interviews, however he just attempted to secure the Home Minister. Maha Vikas Aghadi has lost the ethical position to stay in power," Fadnavis said while tending to a question and answer session subsequent to meeting the Governor.
"In the event that the CM isn't saying anything, the Governor, being the top of the state, should look for report and request that the Chief Minister talk over every one of the issues. The fundamental occurrence ought to be uncovered however alongside that pay off and move racket ought to be explored. The individuals who acquired this racket the light were rebuffed, yet no conversation on the individuals who really did this racket," he added.
Hitting out at Congress, he said the gathering is quiet perhaps in light of the fact that they are getting a major part from that pay off cash.
"We mentioned the Governor to request a report from the Chief Minister on different issues identified with administration and COVID-19 in the state. We likewise mentioned him to mediate in defilement related issues," BJP pioneer Sudhir Mungantiwar said.
Fadnavis, on Tuesday, given over implied proof to the Union Home Secretary with respect to the supposed exchange posting racket of IPS and non-IPS officials of Maharashtra Police.
He had looked for time from Union Home Secretary to meet him and hand over 6.3 GB of information of call chronicles and a few reports relating to the supposed exchange posting racket of IPS and non-IPS officials of Maharashtra Police.
On March 20, Devendra Fadnavis had requested Deshmukh's abdication over Param Bir Singh's claims against Deshmukh.
Singh had, on Saturday, composed a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, charging that Deshmukh had enjoyed "acts of neglect" and asked suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Waze to gather Rs 100 crore consistently.