After NCP chief Ajit Pawar and eight different party leaders joined the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance in Maharashtra on Sunday in a surprise and dramatic political move, the party filed a disqualification petition with the meeting speaker Rahul Narwekar towards its 9 leaders.
“We have filed a disqualification petition with the speaker of the assembly, and we will send hard copies as soon as possible. This disqualification petition was filed against nine leaders,” stated NCP chief Jayant Patil.
He additional added, “They didn’t inform anyone that they were leaving the party, which is against the NCP. We have also written a letter to the Election Commission of India. We are not accepting this; these nine leaders didn’t inform us before doing this (leaving the party).”
“We believe most of the MLAs will come back to the NCP, and we will accept them again,” he additional added.
Earlier, in a stunning flip of occasions that in some methods resembled the cut up within the Shiv Sena nearly a yr in the past, NCP chief Ajit Pawar took oath as Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister, with eight different party legislators additionally becoming a member of the National Democratic Alliance authorities within the state.
Ajit Pawar stated all MLAs are with him, and so they have joined the Shiv Sena-BJP authorities as a party.
“We have all the numbers. All MLAs are with me. We are here as a party. We have informed all seniors as well. The majority is given importance in a democracy. Our party is 24 years old and young leadership should come forward,” Ajit Pawar stated after taking oath as Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
The Deputy CM additional stated that just a few different ministers can be added within the subsequent enlargement.
“We took a decision to come with the Shinde-Fadanvis government with almost all MLAs of the NCP. We took the oath, and a few other ministers will be added in the next expansion”, Ajit Pawar stated.
State Governor Ramesh Bais administered the oath to NCP Leader Ajit Pawar as Maharashtra’s second Deputy Chief Minister.
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) working president Supriya Sule and MP Supriya Sule on Sunday stated that Ajit Pawar becoming a member of the Eknath Shinde-Devendra Fadnavis Maharashtra Government is “painful” however her relationship with him would stay the identical.
“My relationship with Ajit Pawar will not change, he will always remain my elder brother. We will rebuild the party,” stated NCP MP Supriya Sule.
“Whatever happened is painful. Sharad Pawar treated everyone like a family and he is our senior leader, I don’t think speaking after his statement will be correct,” Sule added.
Meanwhile, Sharad Pawar responded, “We live in a democratic country where everyone has the right to speak for themselves and keep their points. Ajit Pawar’s move is his own decision and point of view.”
Hours after Ajit Pawar and another Nationalist Congress Party leaders joined the Maharashtra authorities, party chief Sharad Pawar stated, “This is not ‘googly’, it is a robbery” and that he was apprehensive about the way forward for those that left the party.