BJP chief Chandrakant Patil says a authorities might be run solely by being on the sector. (File)

Mumbai:

Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrakant Patil mentioned Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is venturing out of his home now as he’s repeatedly being criticised by the opposition social gathering for not going out because of the pandemic.

Mr Thackeray is scheduled to go to the flood-affected areas in Solapur district on Monday.

“A authorities might be run solely by being on the sector because it helps in fast decision-making. Not all choices might be taken by means of video-conferencing,” Mr Patil mentioned.

He mentioned Chief of Opposition within the Meeting Devendra Fadnavis will even undertake a 800-km tour of the flood-hit components of the state beginning Monday.

“We count on monetary help to be supplied expeditiously. A moist drought ought to be declared. Panchnamas (evaluation) are usually not attainable as every thing has been destroyed,” he mentioned.

Mr Patil criticised the Shiv Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities for demanding central help to deal with coronavirus, cyclone and floods.

“What’s going to you do? Do you have got an estimate of the damages and losses and have you ever given a memorandum to the Centre?” he requested.

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