The development of an Urdu studying heart within the Agripada neighborhood of south Mumbai has BJP and Shiv Sena legislators at odds with each other on Tuesday.
In a calling consideration movement within the legislative meeting, BJP MLA Mihir Kotecha introduced up the problem of the Urdu studying heart and charged the earlier Maha Vikas Aghadi regime with participating in appeasement politics.
“The previous Shiv Sena UBT government had started to see green everywhere, and in a bid to appease a particular minority community, it forced the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to construct the centre instead of the originally planned industrial training institute (ITI),” Kotecha acknowledged, requesting that an ITI be constructed.
Cupboard Minister Uday Samant mentioned the choice has already been challenged within the Bombay Excessive Courtroom, and as per the order from the chief secretary, the work has been halted.
The BJP MLAs, nevertheless, continued to lift the problem, claiming that the earlier authorities had indulged in appeasement politics.
Samajwadi Social gathering (SP) MLA Rais Shaikh identified that it was Shiv Sena MLA Yamini Jadhav who had first moved the proposal to arrange the Urdu studying centre, and each process was adopted whereas going forward with the plan.
BJP MLA Nitish Rane demanded that officers who gave land for the centre be suspended.
He additionally claimed that the Agripada space already had Urdu faculties, which college students didn’t attend.
Responding to the allegation, MLA Jadhav mentioned, “There is already an ITI in my constituency. What we are building is not an Urdu school but a centre. It is a language like any other in the country and should not be linked to a particular religion. People in my constituency had demanded such a centre, and based on that, I had proposed the same.”
Following Jadhav’s clarification, Talent Improvement Minister Mangal Prabhat Lodha mentioned that the problem shouldn’t be blown out of proportion, because the chief secretary has already stayed the development following a courtroom case.
(With inputs from PTI)