Firing by former corporator of Thane in Satara district: Are we living in Mughal rule, asks Ajit Pawar

by suryanagesh111
0 comment

MUMBAI : Deccan Express Ajit Pawar | Former corporator of Thane Madan Kadam opened fire in Morna village in Patan taluka of Satara district after an argument with local residents over an accident involving his son’s car. Two locals died and another person is in a serious condition. Speaking in the state assembly, The Leader of the Opposition, Ajit Pawar, said, “Are we being ruled by Mughals that a person opened fire and killed two persons over a trivial issue?”. He criticised the government over the law and order situation in the state.


Former corporator of Thane Madan Kadam’s son’s vehicle was involved in an accident in Morna area on March 15. Kadam’s son had a scuffle with local residents. After 2/3 days, there was an argument between local villagers and Kadam. Kadam, who was angry over the incident, opened fire in the Morna area and two local residents died.


The issues of an election of a society and the pending payment of a windmill may have also led to the firing. One of the deceased was a supporter of Minister Shambhuraje Desai. Because of the firing incident, there is fear among locals of the Gureghar dam area in Morna valley.

Despite the arrest of Kadam and his sons, Pawar demanded that this matter should be thoroughly probed.



Join our Telegramfacebook page and Twitter for every update


BJP postponed cantonment elections because it was scared of defeat, says Mohan Joshi

MCOCA action taken against gang for creating terror in Tadiwala Road area

Girl dies by suicide after jumping from building in Kalyani Nagar; Her fiance kills self in Pimpri

Man seeking bribe of ₹3 lakh for police inspector turns out be MLA’s cousin; General Secretary of state Congress unit lands in ACB net

Related Posts