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  • WATCH NCP workers throw crabs outside Maharashtra ministers house for Tiware dam

    first_img In a 48-second video posted by ANI, the NCP workers, wearing banners, are seen releasing a box full of crabs. (Source: ANI)In a furious response to Maharashtra minister Tanaji Sawant’s comment that crabs were responsible for the breach in the Tiware dam, NCP workers Tuesday threw crabs outside his house and staged a protest. Related News MPSC recruitment: NCP leader alleges scam in hiring of police sub-inspectors, govt meddling Advertising In saffron stronghold, ex-Sainik has odds stacked against him READ | Ratnagiri Dam breach toll 18, questions raised about possible negligenceThe Tiware dam, classified as a minor irrigation tack, located off Karad Chiplun Road in Ratnagiri district, had started overflowing on last week Tuesday evening. Around 9.30 pm, a part of the wall developed a breach, resulting in a flood-like situation and subsequently, a large part wall of the dam was completely demolished by the force of water. The dam had undergone temporary repairs recently. Explained: How Raju Shetti can spoil the NCP-Congress party Advertising In a 48-second video posted by ANI, the NCP workers, wearing banners, are seen releasing a box full of crabs in protest against the Shiv Sena leader’s statement.#WATCH: NCP workers stage protest and threw crabs outside the residence of Maharashtra Water Conservation Minister Tanaji Sawant in Pune against his statement on Ratnagiri’s Tiware dam breach. The Minister had said that crabs were responsible for the breach in the dam. pic.twitter.com/7wbsT8yGIs— ANI (@ANI) July 9, 2019However, NCP women’s wing chief Rupali Chakankar denied any involvement of party workers. “Our workers came to know that crabs were causing damage to Tanaji Sawant’s residence. We just rushed there, caught the crabs and handed them over to the police,” she said.Last week, the newly-appointed Water Conservation Minister had attributed the breach in the Tiware dam in Ratnagiri district, which claimed the lives of 19 people, to crabs. “There is a huge problem of crabs around the dam, which led to the leakage,” he had said.At least 19 bodies, including 12 men and seven women, were recovered till Friday evening, NDRF Deputy Commandant Sachchidanand Gawade had said. By Express Web Desk |New Delhi | Updated: July 9, 2019 8:16:59 pm 1 Comment(s)last_img read more