Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan said that activists who have pelted stones on the convoy of TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu in Aurangabad, will not be spared and will be booked at any cost. The activists belonging to the 'Chhava' organisation had allegedly pelted stones at the convoy of TDP leaders, while they were being taken to the Aurangabad court.
Chavan who was at the Solapur airport before proceeding to Pandharpur to attend the religious rituals tomorrow, told reporters today that "we have done our best to give respect to Naidu now let the court decide about his fate over his arrest. After all our patience has some limits" Chavan said. His government has always desired to maintain good relation with the neighbouring states - Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka which shares good length of border area.
"I am confident that all will go well over the Belgaum issue. We urge the Karnataka government to take care of our Marathi speaking people in Karnataka by providing good protection," he said.
While performing the Maha Pooja at the lord Vitthala temple, he said would pray for good rains, huge crop, good economic condition of the farmers and development of the state on all fronts. PTI