Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athawale said the decision taken by the Centre to abrogate Article 370 was in the ‘best interest’ of the erstwhile state’s people.
'Atrocities are still happening against backward communities. Though there have been government interventions to end caste- based discriminations from the society, we are yet to see any positive result.', said Ramdas Athawale
The Union Minister Ramdas Athawale said the strained relationship between the two parties is hampering Maharashtra’s progress.
There should be a probe against Anil Deshmukh as he is under suspicion at this moment, Ramdas Athawale said.
Ramdas Athawale also demanded that Marathas be given reservations without disturbing the quota for other castes and communities.
Athawale said he used to have a lot of respect for Trump but it dissipated after the latter insulted the public mandate.
Athawale also backed the farm laws introduced by the Centre and said they were beneficial for cultivators
A video of Athawale, along with a Chinese diplomat and Buddhist monks chanting 'Go corona, go corona' went viral on social media in February
The farmers have been misled and instigated, and should accept Centre's compromised formula, he says
In the past too, the RPI-A leader has said the BJP and the Shiv Sena should come together again.
Payal Ghosh was appointed vice president of the women's wing of the party.
However, there is no representation from BJP allies in the Union Cabinet. Athawale is the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment.
'Mr. Kashyap has categorically denied that any such alleged incident ever took place and has also denied all allegations levelled against him,' says Kashyap's lawyer in a statement
'Ramdas Athawale sought justice for an actress, but not for the poor girl from Hathras whose family was denied the right even to cremate her mortal remains', says Sena's Sanjay Raut.
Bollywood actress Payal Ghosh meets Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari, seeks arrest of filmmaker Aurag Kashyap.
Union Minister Ramdas Athawale said Sushant Singh Rajput's family is hoping for a fair probe by the CBI and want the truth to come out.
His comments come after 20 Indian Army personnel lost their lives in a violent clash with the Chinese Army in Ladakh's Galwan Valley.
'China is a country that betrays. India should boycott all products that are made in China,' Ramdas Athawale said in a tweet.
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