‘No conflict that Ajit Pawar is our chief,’ says NCP patron Sharad Pawar

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Earlier talking throughout an occasion in Pune on August 20, the NCP supremo mentioned that a number of the occasion leaders who had switched sides and went with the Ajit Pawar faction of the NCP to hitch the Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde)-BJP authorities had been being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Over a month after Ajit Pawar break up the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and joined the BJP camp, NCP occasion patron Sharad Pawar continues to take care of in an try and say that there is no conflict between them and his nephew Ajit Pawar and he stays to be their chief. Sharad Pawar additionally denied a break up within the occasion and mentioned that a break up occurs when a serious chunk of the occasion steps out on the nationwide stage.

“There is no conflict that he (Ajit Pawar) is our leader, there is no split in NCP. How does a split happen in a party? It happens when a big group separates from the party at the national level. But there is no such situation in NCP today. Yes, some leaders took a different stance but this can’t be called a split. They can do so in a democracy,” mentioned Sharad Pawar in Baramati on Friday. 

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Earlier talking throughout an occasion in Pune on August 20, the NCP supremo mentioned that a number of the occasion leaders who had switched sides and went with the Ajit Pawar faction of the NCP to hitch the Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde)-BJP authorities had been being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

“Recently some of our people joined the government saying that they joined hands with the BJP on the issue of development…some of them were under ED investigation…some of them did not want to face investigation,” Sharad Pawar mentioned. 

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Lauding former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, the NCP chief mentioned, “Some like Anil Deshmukh accepted going to jail and spent 14 months there. He was also offered to join their side (BJP) to avoid investigation but he said that he did not commit any crime and chose not to leave his ideology.”

Sharad Pawar additionally alleged that a number of the NCP leaders joined palms with the BJP since they had been threatened by the “agencies”. 

“Some of our associates joined BJP under the pressure of investigations by agencies. They were told if you join us (the BJP) then nothing will happen in your cases but if you don’t join then you will be shown a different place (jail),” mentioned Pawar.


Nilesh Desai
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