Ajit Pawar joined the BJP-Shiv Sena authorities final month and took oath because the deputy chief minister.
Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and NCP chief Ajit Pawar on Sunday stated no person is a everlasting good friend or foe in politics. Addressing a rally in Beed, practically 390 km from Mumbai, Ajit Pawar stated he was hopeful Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s charisma will profit Maharashtra which follows secular ideas.
Notably, Ajit Pawar’s uncle and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar had addressed a rally in Beed 10 days in the past. “Nobody is permanent friend or foe in politics. This is politics,” Ajit Pawar stated as he thanked native leaders of Shiv Sena and BJP for welcoming him and different ministers of NCP.
He stated PM Modi’s charisma is seen all around the nation and hoped Maharashtra which follows secular ideas will profit from this charisma. “It is our expectation that PM Modi’s charisma would benefit Maharashtra and hence we all decided to join the (BJP-Shiv Sena) government for the benefit of the state. There is no self-interest behind our decision to join the government. There is no iota of truth in some speculative talks,” he stated.
In a shock transfer, Ajit Pawar joined the BJP-Shiv Sena authorities final month and took oath because the deputy chief minister. Eight MLAs of the NCP additionally took oath as ministers. He additionally staked a declare to NCP and its image.
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The Pawar senior has constantly maintained that he’s in opposition to becoming a member of palms with the BJP and has referred to as Ajit Pawar and different MLAs “cowards” with out taking their names. Interestingly, Sharad Pawar on Friday claimed that there was no break up in NCP and Ajit Pawar is its chief, however denied his assertion inside hours.
He had additionally stated that the chance to right oneself is given as soon as however the alternative can’t be given once more or one should not ask for it once more, apparently referring to Ajit Pawar’s early-morning oath ceremony with BJP’s Devendra Fadnavis after the 2019 meeting polls. “I am a person who likes to work and like to speak through my work. I won’t respond to comments made against me by anyone,” Ajit Pawar stated in Beed.