State government has no 'voice' of its own: Raj Thackeray
Government not serious about resolving milk stoppage in the state says Thackeray
Pune: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Chief Raj Thackeray lashed out at State Government on Medical entrance examination issue and demanded that the government should intervene in this matter.
Raj Thackeray was interacting with media at Patrakar Bhavan on Wednesday morning.
He attacked state government by saying that it lacks 'voice' of its own. He added that the state is being ruled by central government.
Referring to Bombay High Court's order to quash domicile circular for PG admissions in medical college in the state, he further said, "We are not against outside students. But, we want Maharashtrian students to be given priority."
He also claimed that Gujarat is running Maharashtra. He further attacked state government by saying that government does not have time to solve issues of common people.
Referring to ongoing milk stoppage in the state where farmer organisations have demanded hiking procurement price of cow milk by Rs5/litre, Thackeray said that government is not giving importance to the milk issue.