‘BJP’s washer has resumed operations’: Congress after Ajit Pawar joins Eknath Shinde govt | Photo: Zee Media Bureau (Image for illustration)
With NCP chief Ajit Pawar and eight different get together leaders becoming a member of the Eknath Shinde-led Maharashtra authorities, the Congress on Sunday stated that the BJP’s “washing machine” has resumed its operations as quite a few these leaders had been going through critical corruption expenses and have now obtained a “clean chit”.
Ajit Pawar, who cut up the NCP and took oath because the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, on Sunday stated his get together determined to turn out to be a part of the Eknath Shinde-led authorities for the event of the nation and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s management. Eight different NCP leaders took oath as ministers.
Reacting to the event, Congress normal secretary Jairam Ramesh stated, “Clearly the BJP’s Washing Machine has resumed its operations. A number of new entrants into the BJP-led alliance in Maharashtra today had been facing serious corruption charges with ED, CBI and Income Tax authorities after them. Now they have all got a clean chit.”
The Congress will intensify its efforts to free Maharashtra from the clutches of the BJP, Ramesh asserted. The Congress is a part of the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance comprising itself, Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray) and the NCP.
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