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BJP leader Praveen Darekar on Tuesday claimed that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra has issued government orders worth several thousand crores amid a revolt in the main constituent Shiv Sena, but did not upload the details of many of them on the state portal despite being mandatory. .
MLC Darekar said the move raises doubts. He said that it is unfair to issue so many government orders and take important decisions at this pace when the state government seems to be in minority.
letter to governor koshyari
He told reporters, “I have already sent a letter requesting the intervention of Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari as the Mahavikas Aghadi government has suddenly issued hundreds of government orders worth several thousand crores. Details of several government orders in Maharashtra are not uploaded on the official website of the government whereas it is mandatory.
‘Doubt the intention of the state government’
Darekar said, it casts doubt on the intention of the state government as to why it is issuing so many government orders in such a short span of time. Most of the government orders have been taken in the last few days since the destabilization of the Maha Vikas Aghadi. It is unfair to issue so many government orders and take important decisions when the government is in the minority.
160 government orders issued in a single day: Darekar
Darekar, in his letter to the Governor, has claimed that 160 government orders were issued in a single day. He said he is grateful that he has been asked to provide the details of these orders. This includes taxpayers’ money.
“Between June 17 and 27, a total of 32 departments issued 443 orders. Water Supply and Sanitation Department issued the highest number of 152 government orders, followed by Soil and Water Conservation 32. School Education and Sports Departments issued 443 orders,” he said. 27 government orders were issued, followed by 23 from Revenue and Forests, 22 from Public Health, 20 from Water Resources, 19 from PWD and 17 from Social Justice Department.