Amruta slams’hypocrite party’ Sena
Aurangabad mayor Mandkumar Ghodele at a media announcement claimed his government wouldn’t enable the cutting of one tree for the memorial.
Mumbai: Former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis’ spouse Amruta Fadnavis on Sunday called the ruling Shiv Sena a’hypocrite’ for allowing the clipping of 1000 trees in Aurangabad for overdue Balasaheb Thackeray’s tradition but opposing the tree cutting Aarey Colony for its metro car shed. However, Aurangabad mayor Nandkumar Ghodele has promised to complete the memorial that was state-of-the-art without cutting a single tree.
According to a media report, the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC), which is under the Sena’s control because last 25 decades, has given the permission to cut 1000 trees at the website where the Shiv Sena patriarch’s memorial would be constructed. Amruta tweeted the story and called the Sena that a’party.’ Her strongly-worded tweet “Hypocrisy is a disease! Get Shivsena! Tree trimming – at your convenience or letting tree once you get commission, an unpardonable 19, trimming.
Before BJP leaders had alleged that the Uddhav Thackeray-led government had issued a stay several development projects to get benefits. Joining the chorus, Amruta, also, has made similar allegations.
Answering her tweet, Sena’s deputy leader Priyanka Chaturvedi tweeted,”Sorry to disappoint you (Amruta Fadnavis). To be a compulsive is a larger illness, get well soon. Commission to cut back trees is a brand new policy measures encouraged by Maharashtra BJP (sic).” The Congress leader at Aurangabad – a Sena bastion.
Meanwhile, Aurangabad mayor Mandkumar Ghodele in a media announcement claimed his government would not enable the cutting of one tree to the memorial. He stated,”We are going to make sure that no trees are cut for the building of the memorial.”
The Sena had compared the cutting of trees for the Metro Line 3 automobile shed in the Aarey Colony of Mumbai citing environmental concerns. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, immediately after taking charge, had issued a stay on the construction work on November 29.