The upcoming winter session of the
Maharashtra legislature would see the Congress highlight the
BJP-led government's "failure" in dealing with issues like
drought, price rise, law and order, a party leader said
A strategy in this regard was worked out at the
meeting of the party's core committee here, Congress MLA and
former state minister Naseem Khan said after the meeting.
Khan said the opposition party was also upset with the
short span for which the session has been convened as it would
be difficult for the legislators to raise concerns of the
people of the entire state during the period.
The session, beginning here in November 19, is set to
be a two-week-long affair.
"We will aggressively take up issues relating to
farmers, drought, price rise, law and order, corruption in
Mumbai's development plan and others during the session," he
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