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Netas sharpen claws to strike each other over Avni’s killing

DNMUM425736 | 11/8/2018 | Author : Sanjay Jog | WC :402 | India



Mumbai:The BJP’s leadership is watching Union Minister for Woman and Child Welfare Maneka Gandhi’s blistering attack against Maharashtra Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar after the killing of tigress Avni in Yavatmal forests. They are reading more into the verbal duel. Maneka has sought Mungantiwar’s resignation questioning his use to the party, while Mungantiwar has rebuffed her saying she needs to resign over slew of malnutrition deaths in the country.
BJP leadership believes there is more to Maneka’s outburst over Avni killing than what meets the eye. “Maneka’s statements over various issues are indicative of a pattern that doesn’t follow party line. Her son and the party MP from Sultanpur Varun Gandhi too has not bee
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