Nagpur: Saroj Ahire-Wagh, an NCP MLA from Deolali in the Nashik district, decided to bring her two-and-a-half-month-old kid to the Vidhan Bhavan on Monday to attend the winter session. In a rare gesture, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde praised her decision. Shinde made time to congratulate Ahire-Wagh, who arrived at the Vidal Bhavan grounds carrying her infant wrapped in a blanket. The state legislature’s members were interested in her.
While other lawmakers greeted Ahire-Waugh, the infant was seen sleeping soundly in her arms. Others took selfies with the infant. Ahire-Wagh was accompanied by her mother-in-law Kalpana Wagh and spouse Dr. Praveen Wagh.
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“I have come here to get answers for my voters” Ahire-Wagh
“I am a mother and a people’s representative. For the past two and half years due to corona pandemic, no assembly session has been held here in Nagpur. I am a mother now but to put my points and to raise questions, I have come here to get answers for my voters,” Ahire-Wagh declared.
Shinde saw Ahire-Wagh in his office and asked about the infant after knowing that she had brought it with her when she arrived at the Vidhan Bhavan.
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Chief Minister Shinde’s remark
“It is undoubtedly difficult to make legislation as a representative of the people in the legislature and to be a mother outside the house. However, effectively carrying out both of these duties is a rare honour,” stated Shinde.
According to the Chief Minister’s Office, this is a first for the state legislature, and the Chief Minister publicly commended her for it.
This time, Sasubai Kalpana Wagh and Dr. Praveen Wagh, the husband of MLA Saroj Ahire-Wagh, were also there.
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