Modi-Uddhav meeting lasted for 100 minutes: CM of Maharashtra came out and said – what is wrong in meeting PM? Had gone to meet Nawaz Sharif, who would have met secretly


Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday on many important issues like Maratha reservation, damage caused by storms and vaccination. The special thing was that the meeting was scheduled a day before and both of them did the meeting alone.

This conversation went on for a long time, for about an hour and forty minutes. When asked questions, Uddhav said, ‘Even though we are not together politically, it does not mean that our relationship is over. I had gone to meet Nawaz Sharif only a few times, who would have met secretly. What is wrong if I meet him in person?’

Uddhav’s second meeting with Modi after becoming CM

When Uddhav reached to meet Modi, Deputy CM Ajit Pawar and Minister Ashok Chavan were also present at the PM residence at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg. But, only Uddhav was present during the meeting with Modi. After becoming the Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray had reached Delhi to meet the Prime Minister for the second time.


The first meeting of both took place on 6 December 2019. Modi had reached Pune to participate in the DGP and IGP conference to be held in Pune. PM Modi participated in the conference with Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

5 important points of Modi and Uddhav’s meeting

The issue of Maratha reservation was discussed
Demand for space for Metro Car Shed Project-3
The issue of crop insurance was discussed
Demand to relax the rules of compensation of NDRF
Marathi speaking people should be kept in elite class

Centre should play a positive role: Chavan

Maratha Reservation Sub-Committee President Ashok Chavan said after the meeting that the central government should play a positive role regarding Maratha reservation and OBC reservation. Deputy CM Ajit Pawar said on GST that our share of Rs 24 thousand crore is yet to be given, it should be given soon.

sought help on maratha reservation

The Supreme Court in its decision has rejected the proposal of Maratha reservation. Uddhav wants Prime Minister Modi’s help on this issue. After reviewing the Supreme Court’s decision on Maratha reservation, former Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court Dilip Bhosale has submitted his report to the Maharashtra government. It recommends filing a review petition.

Maharashtra also got compensation on the lines of Gujarat

CM Uddhav Thackeray reached Delhi by special plane. CM Uddhav wants that Maharashtra should also get a compensation of 1 thousand crores on the lines of Gujarat to compensate for the damage caused by Tau Te storm.

met Pawar a day ago

Before this meeting with the PM, the CM met NCP Chief Sharad Pawar late on Monday evening. This is the second meeting of the two leaders in 15 days.


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