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Maharashtra CM Shinde meets astrologer to know govt’s destiny, Opposition hits out

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Maharashtra CM Shinde meets astrologer to know govt’s fate, Opposition hits out

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MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s go to to a neighborhood astrologer at Sinnar in Nasik district has sparked a row. Anti-superstition organizations alleged the CM had gone in opposition to the prevalent regulation (anti-superstition and black magic Act) within the state. Shinde on Wednesday reportedly cancelled his official conferences and rushed to Shirdi to hunt the blessing of Saibaba. He modified his official route and went to Sinnar to satisfy a neighborhood astrologer/palmist to “check the future of his government.”

Reports stated Shinde visited the Shri Ishaneshwar temple at Sinnar the place a member of the temple belief is a identified astrologer. Shinde and his spouse carried out ‘pooja’ contained in the temple and the CM confirmed his palm to the astrologer. The temple belief Baba is in Nasik and likewise has an workplace there, which Shinde commonly visits to indicate his palm and search his recommendation. 

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Shinde defended his determination, saying he went in broad daylight. “Going to temples is not banned in India. We can go to any temple and meet anyone. I have already shown my hand on June 30 by toppling the Uddhav Thackeray government. I never hide anything from anyone. I went to the temple with two ministers in the presence of the media,” stated Shinde.

NCP chief Sharad Pawar stated no state CM had ever gone to see a ‘baba’ to examine his destiny. “Maharashtra is a progressive state that promotes scientific temper among its people. The present CM’s visit to an astrologer is simply unfortunate,” Pawar stated. Leader of Opposition and senior  NCP chief Ajit Pawar stated the CM shouldn’t promote superstition when there may be an anti-superstition regulation within the state.

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MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s go to to a neighborhood astrologer at Sinnar in Nasik district has sparked a row. Anti-superstition organizations alleged the CM had gone in opposition to the prevalent regulation (anti-superstition and black magic Act) within the state. Shinde on Wednesday reportedly cancelled his official conferences and rushed to Shirdi to hunt the blessing of Saibaba. He modified his official route and went to Sinnar to satisfy a neighborhood astrologer/palmist to “check the future of his government.”

Reports stated Shinde visited the Shri Ishaneshwar temple at Sinnar the place a member of the temple belief is a identified astrologer. Shinde and his spouse carried out ‘pooja’ contained in the temple and the CM confirmed his palm to the astrologer. The temple belief Baba is in Nasik and likewise has an workplace there, which Shinde commonly visits to indicate his palm and search his recommendation. 

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Shinde defended his determination, saying he went in broad daylight. “Going to temples is not banned in India. We can go to any temple and meet anyone. I have already shown my hand on June 30 by toppling the Uddhav Thackeray government. I never hide anything from anyone. I went to the temple with two ministers in the presence of the media,” stated Shinde.

NCP chief Sharad Pawar stated no state CM had ever gone to see a ‘baba’ to examine his destiny. “Maharashtra is a progressive state that promotes scientific temper among its people. The present CM’s visit to an astrologer is simply unfortunate,” Pawar stated. Leader of Opposition and senior  NCP chief Ajit Pawar stated the CM shouldn’t promote superstition when there may be an anti-superstition regulation within the state.

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