The government can not keep the law even during elections: Munde


Mumbai: 
In Maharashtra, all four phases of Lok Sabha elections have now been completed. While the entire Maharashtra was celebrating Maharashtra Day (1 May), the Naxalites formed a land dispute in Jambharkheda in Gadchiroli. In the blast, 15 personnel of the Quick Response Team died when the driver, who was carrying a private vehicle, died on the spot.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh condemned the attack. NCP's opposition leader Dhananjay Munde strongly criticized the state government after the attack.

NCP's Leader of the Opposition Dhananjay Munde tweeted, "Protest of Naxalites ghad attack in Gadchiroli on Maharashtra day. Heartfelt tribute to the soldiers who were killed in the attack.

Even during elections, the government can not maintain law and order. The government's machinery proves to be ineffective. ' Commenting on the state government.

Before Dhananjay Munde, NCP President Sharad Pawar also said that 'Naxalism activities in Maharashtra have become a matter of routine. The tweet states that the authorities have neglected the law and order in the Naxal-affected areas.

Those who were 'not minded, they were disgraced', they would have been decided to resign. But Pawar did not criticize the government in such a loud word that it is not being done by the rulers of today's Maharashtra.  

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