Maharashtra Cultural Affairs Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar on September eight stated that the State Government would bring ‘Wagh Nakh’ (steel claws utilized by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj) in November, after which will probably be saved at a spot for everybody to go to.
“On October 03, we will be signing an MoU in London and in November will bring the ‘Wagh Nakh’…” Sudhir Mungantiwar advised ANI.
“As per the MoU, we will not be able to take Wagh Nakh in all the districts of Maharashtra, which we had earlier thought, instead we will keep Wagh Nakh at a particular spot where all the people will be able to visit…” he added.
He additional talked about that ‘Wagh Nakh’ ( tiger claws utilized by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to kill the final of Bijapur Sultanate, Afzal Khan, in 1659) is not only a factor for the folks of the state however an emblem of religion.
(with inputs from ANI)