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” she told a packed Rajya Sabha. In some stranded cases, taking up jobs in these trawlers could lead to "possible detention, And if one gets arrogant,was due to past contributions of others.said people from that region and other parts of the country, jigar ke pass koi rahta hai wo tum’.." Fadnavis said to a round of applause The chief minister who started off his speech in Bhojpuri said "Maharashtra shares a very old and lasting bond with the Uttar Pradesh and this is the reason Maharashtra has always given due respect to all the North Indians as it has given to the people belonging to rest of the country" Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis PTI Fadnavis was speaking at ‘Baati-Chokha’ a public dinner programme with traditional north Indian menu organised by BJP at suburban Goregaon "Uttar Pradesh is the land of Lord Ram and Krishna Wherever Lord Ram visited in the Maharashtra during his exile it became places of worship and we all have maintained our immense respect and faith to those places" he said Not only this centuries ago at the time of Shivaji Maharaj’s coronation a brahmin from Uttar Pradesh was called in and he completed all the rituals he added "People coming in from all the states including UP have not only adopted Maharashtra’s culture but also enriched it" he said Taking potshots at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Fadnavis said "Those who made tall promises about transforming Uttar Pradesh into ‘Uttam Pradesh’ have miserably failed to do so But now it would be done only under the able leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modiji" The BJP’s event is being seen as an aggressive way to woo ‘Uttar Bhartiyas’ as they form 28 per cent vote share in Mumbai The outreach has another objective with forthcoming Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh due next year BMC has been ruled by Shiv Sena which plays its agenda of ‘sons-of-soil’ vs ‘outsiders’ with the BJP as a junior partner for over two decades Baati-chokha is a traditional north Indian dish While baati consists of wheat and sattu (powdered roasted black grams) formed into balls with spices and then dipped in ghee (clarified butter) chokha is a dip prepared by mashing boiled potatoes tomatoes and eggplant together with some spices City BJP chief Ashish Shelar senior leader of Mumbai BJP and general secretary Amarjeet Mishra Vice president of Mumbai BJP Sanjay Upadhyay along with other leaders were present Mumbai BJP general secretary Amarjeet Mishra who often organises such events for North Indians said "The work that chief minister of Uttar Pradesh didn’t and couldn’t do here in Mumbai (to connect with the North Indians) is being done by Devendraji" and as a female bouncer at a club in Delhi’s Haus Khas Village in the night. In this video? she reveals her motivations encounters with machismo and her plans for old age Interestingly her sister Tarannum is also working as a bouncer in the same club For all the latest Entertainment News.

female actors who owned the year They grabbed the audience attention and kept them glued to their seats. I have said NITI is going to be an action tank. Two, they don’t use card. Plastic?" Banerjee said accusing the Centre of pursuing "discriminatory" politics Mamata Banerjee Reuters The West Bengal Chief Minister lauded the Supreme Court for expressing reservation on Centre’s plea for direction that no court except apex court hears pleas on demonetisation notification On Saturday Banerjee visited the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) regional office in Kolkata and spoke to the RBI regional director Rekha Warriar and urged her to ensure that cash is available at all ATMs and Banks "I told her to ensure that cash is available at all the banks and ATMs Common people should not face harassment They should not be harassed Don’t say that you are trying Because the word ‘trying’ is a vague word It is a word used to shield negligence and incompetence I am not blaming you Where from will you give notes if the Centre has not provided" Banerjee told Warriar The TMC supremo along with party leaders visited the ATMs outside the RBI office in Kolkata and spoke to commoners She also visited Burrabazar area in Kolkata and spoke to businessman and shopkeepers "People cannot access their savings account This is being restricted Is their money safe The country wants to know" she said Banerjee also lauded the Supreme court’s observation about demonetisation On Friday the Supreme Court dubbed as a "serious issue" the long queues outside banks and post offices and expressed its reservation on the Centre’s plea seeking a direction that no other court in the country should entertain petitions challenging the 8 November notification