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Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari was denied an official plane to Mussoorie on Thursday and had to travel in a commercial flight.


Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari was denied an official plane on Thursday. Koshyari was supposed to fly to Mussoorie in Uttarakhand for a function at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration. However, when the governor was about to board the plane, he was informed that his flight does not have permission to fly.

Koshyari then took a commercial flight to his destination.

When asked, Deputy CM Maharashtra Ajit Pawar said that he had no knowledge of the episode.

"I have no knowledge about the plane being denied to the governor. I am on my way to Mantralaya right now. I will get more details on it and then comment," he said.

The incident comes after a feud between Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Governor BS Koshyari broke out in the open last year. Koshyari had requested Uddhav Thackeray to reopen religious places of worship in the state in his letter. Responding to the letter, Thackeray had said, “I don't need a certificate from you about my Hindutva.”


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