NCP chief Sharad Pawar (Photo credit: ANI)
Mumbai, May 27: NCP President Sharad Pawar met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and discussed the political situation in the state and the government’s approach to the Maha Bikash Adhi government to deal with the Kobid-19 situation. Sources said on Thursday that the meeting was held at the official residence of the Mumbai Chief Minister ‘Barsha’ on Wednesday evening. This is the first meeting between the two leaders since Power (60) recovered from gallbladder surgery. The Shiv Sena, led by Thackeray, shares power with the Nationalist Congress Party of Maharashtra and the Congress.
NCP sources said political development in the state was discussed. He said the two leaders discussed the MVA government’s management of Kovid-19. Sources said Kovid-1p expressed satisfaction with the government’s approach to the epidemic and the implementation of the lockdown-national sanctions imposed to prevent the spread of the second wave of infection. He said the cabinet meeting on Thursday could discuss issues like relaxation and protection of restrictions on promotions in government service.
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The Maharashtra government had imposed lockdown-like restrictions in the state till June 2 to curb the spread of the corona virus. Powar underwent gallbladder surgery at a private hospital in Mumbai last month. Earlier, the NCP president had to undergo emergency endoscopy on March 30 to remove stones in the bile duct.
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