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On the backdrop of the forthcoming municipal elections, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has taken an important decision to maintain Aurangabad as a Shiv Sena stronghold. True, but Muslim organizations have strongly objected to this. Now the organization is said to be preparing to take legal action against the decision again.
Aurangabad: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray) Took some important decisions in the cabinet meeting before resigning. To satisfy the pro-Hindu society, he visited Aurangabad (Aurangabad) The naming was also approved. On Wednesday, the Mahavikas Aghadi government (Mahavikas Aghadi) In the cabinet meeting, it was decided to name Aurangabad city as Sambhajinagar. It is noteworthy that the Congress and the NCP have also given their tacit consent, which is being opposed by Muslim organizations. Earlier, the decision was taken during the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance. Muslim organizations had taken the matter to court. The issue had finally reached the Supreme Court. The court had also slapped the government over the renaming. The issue had since calmed down. But every time there is an election, the issue of renaming Aurangabad is raised. On the backdrop of the forthcoming municipal elections, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has taken an important decision to maintain Aurangabad as a Shiv Sena stronghold. True, but Muslim organizations have strongly objected to this. Now the organization is said to be preparing to take legal action against the decision again.
The issue is already in the Supreme Court
Earlier, the decision to rename Aurangabad was taken by the then Chief Minister Manohar Joshi in 1995. This decision was challenged in the bench by the anti-renaming action committee. There the petition was dismissed. The government’s decision was later challenged in the Supreme Court. The petition was heard in 2002. The court had slammed the government. The court had asked the government whether it had any other work to do except change the name and whether the development work was over. The government had subsequently withdrawn the notification issued a year ago in 2001 with reference to Aurangabad and Osmanabad. At that time there was a government of Vilasrao Deshmukh. Now that the Mahavikas Aghadi government has taken this decision, there is outrage from Muslim organizations over the support shown by the Congress and the NCP.
What is the repercussions of Aurangabad’s renaming decision?
- – On Wednesday, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray approved the proposal to rename Aurangabad as Sambhajinagar. MIM MP Imtiaz Jalil slammed the Congress leaders for this. He warned to see how the Congress-NCP leaders will be welcomed in Aurangabad now. He also appealed to the people to wear sandals on the photos of Congress-NCP leaders. Saying that we are going to take to the streets against the decision to change the name, the citizens are calling for peace. Jalil has done it.
- – The petitioner against the renaming of Sambhajinagar and former corporator Mushtaq Ahmed has also said that this is an insult to the decision of the Supreme Court. He said it was ridiculous for a government that had lost its credibility to take such a decision. “We are going to appeal against this decision in the court as well,” he said.
- – Shiv Sena leader MP Chandrakant Khaire welcomed this decision in a big way. I followed the name change from street to Delhi for 20 years. He said that the struggle of lakhs of Shiv Sainiks was successful.
- – MNS district president Sumit Khambekar sharply criticized the decision of Shiv Sena chief. This is an unfortunate attempt to save the nappy after taking off the full clothes. He said that Shiv Sena should give an answer as to why it has not proposed to make Sambhajinagar in two and a half years.
- – Uddhav Thackeray, who is deeply in love with Congress and NCP, is not aware of his original existence. But now we will take the initiative to get the approval from the Center for the renaming, said BJP MLA Atul Save.