By writing a letter to the Governor, Thackeray said, seeing the situation in Corona, the duration of the session cannot be extended.

Mumbai. Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray has written a letter to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari defending the government’s decision to convene the monsoon session of the assembly for only two days from July 5. Thackeray said that seeing the condition of Corona, its duration cannot be extended. He said that the Speaker cannot be elected during the two-day session and no time limit has been fixed for it.

CM Thackeray urged the Governor to apprise the Center of the state government’s demand to share necessary data to take steps to restore political reservation to Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in local body elections. Recently, Koshyari had written a letter to Thackeray asking him to extend the duration of the upcoming assembly session and fill the post of Speaker of the House immediately. For this, he had cited the demand being raised by the BJP delegation. In response to the Governor’s letter, Thackeray said that the duration of the assembly session cannot be extended in view of the situation of the second wave of Corona and the possible third wave. He said, medical experts have claimed a third wave.

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