CM Uddhav Thackeray Maharashtra Day Eve

Don’t let the atmosphere of harmony, mutual friendship, brotherhood and unity deteriorate, says CM Uddhav Thackeray

While wishing people on the eve of Maharashtra Day, Thackeray says the efforts of a few to discredit Maharashtra and impact people’s morale did not work in their favor due to the performance of the administration during the COVID crisis

No matter how many obstacles and crises, Maharashtra will continue to progress

If anyone is conspiring to tarnish the image of Maharashtra and discredit the state, self-respecting people here are able to give an appropriate response

Mumbai: No matter how many obstacles and crises, Maharashtra will continue to progress, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said while wishing the people of the state on the eve of Maharashtra Day. Amid the raging controversy over Azaan and Hanuman Chalisa, Thackeray pointed out that if anyone is conspiring to tarnish the image of Maharashtra and discredit the state, self-respecting people here are in a position to give an appropriate response. .

“This is Maharashtra’s third day after our Maha Vikas Aghadi government came to power. For two years, the country has coped with the Corona virus crisis, but even in this difficult situation, Maharashtra has placed itself at the forefront of agriculture, industry and investment’ ‘ Thackeray said. He added that the state government, in accordance with its custom and tradition of helping the needy people, was distributing free meals under the Shivbhojan scheme and providing financial assistance to weaker sections and the unorganized class.

”Whether it is health or good governance, environment or civic development, the concrete steps taken by Maharashtra have been appreciated by the country as well as the world. Over the past two and a half years, the administration has worked very patiently and courageously from the ground up in the event of a natural calamity or virus attack. Efforts by a few to discredit Maharashtra and impact people’s morale have not worked in their favor due to the administration’s performance during the crisis,” Thackeray noted.

”Maharashtra has a history of warriors. Be it Chhatrapati Shivaji, who stopped the Mughal invasion, Tararani who challenged Aurangzeb, or Rajarshi Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj, Mahatma Jyotiba and Savitribai Phule who gave their lives for social reform. All of these and many who look up to them as role models have strengthened the social fabric of Maharashtra regardless of caste, creed and religion. The story of the great man Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, the son of this land, who wrote the Constitution of India, which is not just a book but a priceless gift, which gives everyone in the country the right to live with dignity,’ Thackeray said.

Thackeray, without directly naming the BJP and the MNS, claimed that unfortunately due to selfishness and ambition, the work of these great personalities is tarnished by destroying the harmony between castes and religions in the world. ‘State. ”Maharashtra is known for its social harmony, restraint and reasoning. A state’s progress is not limited to the volume of investment attracted and the number of roads built. Maharashtra has drawn the world’s attention to fundamental and sensitive issues like the environment. Modern medical infrastructure is planned keeping in mind the future health challenges,” he said.

”We respect the federal system. We have a strong will to take a big leap forward in development. We have a duty to contribute to the progress of the nation and we are fulfilling it,” Thackeray said amid a growing rift between the Center and the states.

CM hopes that the people of Maharashtra will thwart all efforts to damage the atmosphere of mutual friendship, brotherhood and unity. “I urge everyone even the opposition and various organizations to come together and hold the flag of Maharashtra not only in the country but also in the world without animosity,” he said.

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Posted: Saturday, April 30, 2022, 7:45 PM IST

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