“No Money Left Here, If…”: Maharashtra Governor’s Statements Create Controversy
“No Money Left Here, If…”: Maharashtra Governor’s Statements Create Controversy
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New Delhi:

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari has landed in controversy for saying that if Gujaratis and Rajasthanis are away from Maharashtra, the state can don’t have any money left. In a speech yesterday, the Maharashtra governor talked about, “If Gujaratis and Rajasthanis are removed from Maharashtra, especially Mumbai and Thane, there will be no money left here.”

“Mumbai will not be able to remain the financial capital of the country,” added Mr Koshiyari.

Several leaders from the Shiv Sena and Congress criticized Mr Kohisyari’s remarks.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut in the intervening time condemned the remarks that the Governor insulted hardworking Marathi people.

“Soon after the BJP-backed chief minister is in power, the Marathi man is being insulted,” Mr Raut tweeted in Marathi.

Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh and Sachin Sawant moreover tweeted the video and talked about the governor mustn’t have made the remarks.