Thursday, May 23, 2024

The fall of hoardings in Mumbai heated up the politics of Delhi

New Delhi; Leading News Service: The sound of hoardings falling due to the storm that hit Mumbai two days ago has reached the national capital. Now with the fall of this hoarding, politics has heated up in Delhi. The Congress has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Maharashtra government over the hoarding incident in Mumbai's Ghatkopar. The Congress alleged that the BJP coalition government in Maharashtra is endangering the lives of the people of Mumbai.

Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh has surrounded Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP government by posting on social media. He has said that 14 people died in Ghatkopar when hoarding fell down. Within 24 hours of the horrific incident, some victims were buried under the rubble. Leaving him, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde went to Varanasi to attend the Prime Minister's 'Shakti Vershtra'. This explains the role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. So is attending the PM nomination more important than people's lives? He also asked this question to Chief Minister Eknath Shide.

Jairam Ramesh said that the hoarding that fell in Ghatkopar weighed 250 tonnes. These hoardings were illegally put up on property owned by the Ministry of Railways. The illegal hoarding was on central government land and was given permission by the BMC, which is currently under the control of the BJP-Shinde government. Jairam Ramesh alleged that the Center and the BJP government together played with the lives of the people in this entire case.

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