After violence in Amravati, political parties in Maharashtra begin blame game
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Mumbai, Nov. 13 -- The violent protests in parts of the state have triggered a blame game between the ruling Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi and opposition Bharatiya Janata Party. While the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have said that it's a conspiracy to create communal tension, the BJP has said that state government will have to take the responsibility if the situation went out of hand.
The NCP has demanded action against former Shia Board chairman Wasim Rizvi. "The protests were against Tripura violence and the books published by former Shia Waqf Board president Wasim Rizvi. It was the responsibility of the outfits that had given the bandh call to ensure that it was observed in a peaceful manner. They cannot shrug off the res...
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