A delegation of leaders from BJP, Shiv Sena along with builders from Thane and Mumbai met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and demanded strict action in connection with alleged suicide of a city-based builder.
A delegation comprising Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde, MLAs Pratap Sarnaik and Mangalprabhat Lodha and around 30 builders from Thane and Mumbai met Fadnavis last night in connection with the case.
Sarnaik told a section of media that Fadnavis has taken a serious note of problems faced by builders.
“We have demanded strict action in the suicide case of Sooraj Parmar and appraised him on his suicide and also explained him the circumstances in which Parmar had to take the extreme step,” he said.
“He (the Chief Minister) has said that no one will be spared in connection with Parmar’s suicide case,” the Shiv Sena MLA said.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry Thane unit will hold a protest march on September 13 demanding strict inquiry into the case.
On October 7, Parmar allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself apparently because he was fed up with government’s regulations and faced problems by realty developers.