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Posted on Nov 22, 08:17PM | UNI
Maharashtra BJP President Sudhir Mungantiwar and leader of the opposition in the state assembly Eknath Khadse today announced that the party would take out a 'morcha' on December 11 to the Vidhan Bhavan at Nagpur to protest against corruption in the government.
Addressing a joint news conference here, both the leaders said there are a number of instances of corruption at both central and state government but there was no action, they added.
However, this statement was immediately countered by NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik, who said the BJP should organise a 'morcha' on its president Nitin Gadkari's house who is also facing the allegations of corruption before bringing it to Vidhan Bhavan.