The winter session of Maharashtra's state legislature will begin today in Nagpur. The meetings of the state legislature will be held in the sub-capital city of Nagpur from today till 20th of this month. In this 14 days session, the two factions of Nationalist Congress Party will sit in both opposition and treasury benches for the first time since Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has parted with NCP chief Sharad Pawar.  

The issues like Maratha reservation, unseasonal rains, and increased crimes are expected to be raised by the opposition parties which may give this session a stormy start. The opposition already boycotted the customary tea party hosted by the Chief

Minister in  Nagpur on the eve of the state legislature session.

While refuting the allegations of opposition  CM Eknath Shinde assured that the government will stand firmly behind the farmers who are in trouble due to unseasonal rains, hailstorms and drought-affected conditions.

Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Ajit Pawar said that the financial discipline of the state has been well maintained by the government. He clarified that the gross domestic state product which was 16 lakh crore rupees in 2013-14 will rise to  38 lakh crore rupees by March of this fiscal year.

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