Maharashtra pastor of state for Revenue Abdul Sattar has pummeled the BJP for getting sorted out fights on roads during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The BJP will be mindful if the state is hit by a second influx of COVID-19 pandemic. The BJP is wading into controversy by social affair individuals (for fights),” Sattar told correspondents in Nanded on Friday.
He precluded the chance of a lockdown in the old arrangement at this crossroads.
“The BJP is gathering individuals for fights and morchas. On the off chance that this proceeds and if Maharashtra faces a second rush of Covid pandemic, the BJP will be capable,” he said.
In an ongoing gathering with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had raised the issue of “a few gatherings” holding fights in the hour of the COVID-19 pandemic, without naming the BJP.