Akhilesh, along with senior party leader Ahmad Hasan, gave a memorandum to the Governor and sought his intervention to check deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
It is only Governor Ram Naik who is said to be hosting the Iftar party on June 3 though invites for the same have not yet been sent out.
As soon as the governor began reading out his speech, opposition members started raising anti-government slogans and shouted 'Rajyapal Wapas Jao (Governor Go Back)'.
As Assembly elections inch closer, the war of words between TRS and its primary opposition party, Congress, seems to be only intensifying.
Naik was the President of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee who had resigned from the post recently after party chief Rahul Gandhi appealed for the young minds to take over the reigns.
At least three shops, two buses and a car were torched after a youth was killed in clashes following stone-pelting by a mob on a motorcycle rally taken out to celebrate Republic Day.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had shrugged off Som’s remark and said, "It does not matter who built it and for what reason; it was built by blood and sweat of Indian labourers."