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Nirupam made the controversial statements while speaking at an event of north Indians in Nagpur Sunday.
Sanjay Nirupam said the north Indian community had always expressed gratitude towards Mumbai and Maharashtra.
The Congress leader called PM Narendra Modi as uneducated and illiterate, in response to the screening of 'Chalo Jeete Hain' - a short film inspired by the latter's life - in Mumbai schools.
The Mumbai Congress chief's comment drew sharp reaction from BJP leaders with the party's Maharashtra unit spokesperson Shaina NC calling the former mentally deranged.
Accusing Fadnavis of acting as an "agent of Delhi", Nirupam asked him to apologise to the people of Maharashtra for having "lied" about the issue.
The notice seeks withdrawal of statements made by Nirupam and former Mumbai Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan during a press conference when they alleged Prasad Lad to be involved in the land scam.
Gandhi will be in the city to address booth-level party workers as part of 'Project Shakti', which aims to empower the ground-level party workers.
Pune police, who have arrested five persons for alleged Maoist links, yesterday claimed that ultras were planning to target the prime minister.
Nirupam said a huge posse of policemen was stationed outside his Andheri home since dawn.
Senior party leader Manish Tewari has been critical of the disinvestment process right from the time the airline came out with the preliminary information memorandum for the stake sale in March.
Nirupam was trying to take potshots at the Karnataka governor for inviting the BJP to form a government even while the party didn’t had numbers.
Sanjay Nirupam today led a bicycle rally from Mahalaxmi Racecourse to Girgaum Chowpatty in south Mumbai to protest against the rise in fuel prices.
Congress's Mumbai unit attacked the Modi-led Central government for remaining a silent spectator over the dilution of the SC/ST Atrocities Act.
The rules of the Development Control Regulations are being altered to help a lobby of builders close to the CM, Nirupam alleged.
Calling it a "homecoming", Sanjay Nirupam said that the move also reflected the sentiments of the people, adding that Delhi leader, Arvinder Singh Lovely, who had joined the BJP, came back.