Winter Session In Nagpur From 19th To 30th December, Resolution On Border Issue

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Nagpur, 14th December 2022: The decision to hold the winter session of the State Legislature in Nagpur from 19th to 30th December was taken in the working advisory committee meeting on Tuesday. In the wake of Karnataka’s objection to the border issue, a resolution to the effect that the Maharashtra government is firmly behind the Marathi-speaking people of the border area will be approved in both houses.


Due to the epidemic of corona disease, the convention was not held in Nagpur for the last two years. Therefore, the leaders of the opposition parties demanded that the work of the convention in Nagpur should be taken for at least three weeks to solve the problems of Vidarbha residents. Neelam Gorhe, Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Council, suggested that a resolution should be tabled regarding the border issue. Gorhe’s suggestion was accepted. According to this, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde will present a resolution regarding the border issue in both houses. Assembly Speaker Rahul Narvekar, Vice Speaker Narahari Jirwal, Legislative Council Deputy Speaker Neelam Gorhe, and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde attended the meeting. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Leader of Opposition Ambadas Danve, Ajit Pawar, and Balasaheb Thorat were present.


The winter session is taking place after a two-year hiatus. Leader of Opposition Ajit Pawar said that maximum work should be done to give justice to the people of Vidarbha.