Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray countered Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Tuesday after the Governor wrote a letter in search of a particular meeting session on girls security in view of the latest rape instances in Mumbai. Thackeray mentioned the Governor ought to request PM Narendra Modi and residential minister Amit Shah for a particular parliamentary session of 4 days over the nationwide subject, contemplating “Delhi has been defamed as the rape capital of the world.”
“At a time when the opposition has been demanding a special session over the issue, you (Koshyari) have supported their demand. This is threatening to the parliamentary democracy of the country,” Thackeray mentioned within the four-page letter.
The Governor had expressed concern in regards to the girls security in Maharashtra after the Sakinaka rape and homicide incident. He had endorsed the demand for a particular meeting session on the difficulty.
Thackeray additionally wrote in regards to the gang-rape and homicide case of a nine-year previous lady in Delhi. “This happened in a city where the entire council of ministers sits,” he mentioned. “Responsibility of maintaining law and order in Delhi lies with the Centre.”
Thackeray’s letter additionally talked about in regards to the instances of crimes towards girls within the BJP-ruled states together with Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Gujarat. “In Bihar, a ruling party MP raped his own party worker. Police were under pressure to not register a case. An FIR could be registered only after three months, after a court order,” the letter acknowledged.
Reminding the Governor of the rising crimes towards girls in his own residence state Uttarakhand, Thackeray mentioned it was a explanation for concern. “You yourself should compare the swift police action in Maharashtra versus the inaction in BJP-ruled states,” he wrote.
He mentioned Maharashtra being the land of Chhatrapati Shivray, who gave precedence to girls security, “our government works on the same path”.