“We are making it safe for people to come out, we will make Mumbai safe,” Mr. Dhananjay said.
We have done all the steps in the right direction. “
There has been a lot of progress.
It is better than last year. “
I think this is a positive sign.
It is better than last year.
We are not saying this is the beginning of the war but we are saying the city is in a dire situation.” “
The city is on fire.
We are not saying this is the beginning of the war but we are saying the city is in a dire situation.”
Mr. Gandhi said the city was not yet safe.
Mr. Modi said Mumbai had to remain on high alert and be ready for any emergency.
“If we get any emergency, we are ready to be deployed.
We will have a massive mobilisation, as well as an emergency response team, he said.
Mr Gandhi said there was no need for any major change in the city’s administration, which was the same as it had been since March.
We do not want any change in Maharashtra government. “
In Maharashtra, the people have spoken.
We do not want any change in Maharashtra government.
“Mumbai is not a state, it is an independent country. “
They (the police) need to stay in their own areas,” he said, adding that the police would not be deployed outside the city.
“Mumbai is not a state, it is an independent country.
This is the way we will take care of this state,” he added.
Mr. Gandhi, who had been in Mumbai since March this year, told reporters that he wanted to visit the capital on his first visit as Chief Minister.
“This will be my first visit to Mumbai.
I want to know the city, to see the old buildings and see the new buildings,” he was quoted as saying by The Hindu.