Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor B.S. koshyariThe remarks that if Gujaratis and Rajasthanis were kept out of Mumbai, there would be no money left in the city and it would no longer be the financial capital of India, it was widely criticized, Shiv Sena MLA Deepak Kesarkar, along with CM Eknath Shinde’s chief spokesperson of the group Calling it an “insult to the state” and said that the CM would write a letter to the central government in this regard.
NCP president Sharad Pawar also reacted sharply, saying “the less said about Koshyari the better” as “in the past also, he made controversial statements”. State Congress President Nana Patole demanded that the Governor be recalled by President Draupadi Murmu. Various parties also held demonstrations across the state.
On Saturday, Koshyari clarified, “There was no intention to hurt or insult the sentiments of Marathi people. Everyone is aware of the immense contribution of Marathi entrepreneurs and industrialists. Praising a community does not mean that I am I want to insult the other community.” Told.