Alleging the UPA government of winning the trust vote in a "corrupt way", Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday said a decision will soon be taken on party MP Tukaram Renge-Patil who remained absent during the confidence motion.
Talking to newspersons in Nasik, he said the party will soon take a decision on Sena MP from Parbhani Tukaram Renge-Patil, who remained absent during vote of confidence on Tuesday.
Criticising Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, Thackeray said since assembly session was in progress, he went to New Delhi and was standing in Parliament's gallery to listen the debate.
He asked state government to pay compensation to the farmers so that they could undertake third sowing operation, as first two sowing operations were lost due to lack of rains.
Thackeray today inaugurated city doctor's association at a function and stressed on the need to provide protection to doctors and hospitals from growing attacks by enraged people after their patient dies.