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PUNE: Amid a spurt in coronavirus circumstances in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Saturday claimed that chief minister Uddhav Thackeray was not in favour of opening up all public locations.
It was the opposition which was demanding that restrictions be eliminated, he stated, chatting with reporters right here.
The chief minister had taken an summary of the scenario and he was not keen to take away restrictions on sure public locations in view of the pandemic, Raut stated.
“But the government reopened some places due to the demand of opposition parties,” he stated, in obvious reference to the BJP’s agitation final 12 months looking for reopening of spiritual locations within the state.
Maharashtra recorded greater than 6,000 new coronavirus infections for the primary time in three months on Friday.
Asked in regards to the allegations confronted by Shiv Sena minister Sanjay Rathod in reference to a 23-year-old girl’s suicide in Pune, he stated probe was occurring, and the chief minister would take acceptable resolution about Rathod.

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