Navi Mumbai: On 9 August, In Protest of Delayed Approval, Late D B Patil’s Nameplate Erected At Navi Mumbai International Airport Gates By APAC. Members of APAC erected nameplates in Chinchpada, Targhar, and Ulwe. It is assumed that if there is further delay, activists warn, then a protest march will be taken from Azad Maidan to Mantralaya. As villagers worship Late D B Patil’s but because of this issue villagers are aggrieved.
Navi Mumbai: PAP’s leader late D B Patil of All-Party Action Committee (APAC) enters three entry gates of Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) on August 9. They claim that the state government has been holding off on notifying the Aviation Ministry of a final permission proposal.
In July in previous year, a proposal in the name of NMIA passed by the state cabinet after the late D B Patil, It leds to several farmers and landowners protests in the Panvel district when in the 1970s and ’80s, the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) had acquired land in the area.
‘Villagers worship DB Patil and they aggrieved’ president of APAC Dashrath Bhagat, come into an allegation that despite the state cabinet approval of the name, a proposal in a prescribed manner has not yet been sent to the Aviation Ministry in Delhi for approval. By this issue we can see a lot of resentment among villagers as they worship late DB Patil, said Bhagat, Additionally, Patil represents every farmer and peasant who gave their lives in defence of PAPs’ rights.
APAC members held a meeting on August 3 at the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Hall of the Agri Samaj Mandal in Panvel and decided to install nameplates at three of the future room airport’s entry gates. On August 9, they did so at Targhar, Ulwe, and Chinchpada.
In a letter to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendraji Fadnavis on June 24, 2023, the All-Party Action Committee delegation, led by Dashrath Patil and Santosh Kene, pleaded with them to send the proposal to the federal government without delay in light of the passionate feelings of the Bumiputras (sons of the soil) in the state.
They anticipate that the state government will send a proposal as soon as possible, as stated by Dashrath Bhagat, or else they would hit the road once more. If there is any additional delay, a protest march would be held from Azad Maidan to Mantralaya, according to Bhagat.