The Nationalist Congress Party held a meeting in Mumbai yesterday. The meeting was chaired by President Sharad Pawar. The meeting discussed the upcoming elections in the state, election strategy, political reservation of OBCs. Also, some grandparents and former MLAs raised complaints in the meeting. He complained to the party leaders that the ruling Shiv Sena and Congress were not working in the constituency. Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has reacted to this.
Ajit Pawar said, “The defeated candidates were called in the NCP meeting. MLAs were also called. We are all trying to do the work of MLAs. However, the losing candidate said that he received less funds for development work. This is their problem. ”
“After the elections, Sharad Pawar, Sonia Gandhi and Uddhav Thackeray decided to form a government. The three parties then formed the government. Earlier, Shiv Sena candidate was elected against Congress or NCP. Also, NCP and Congress candidates were elected against Shiv Sena. Some political equations changed at the senior level in this regard. But at the local level, some questions arise. As much consensus as there should have been at the local level. That did not happen. Monotony, lack of coordination is evident. Therefore, activists and leaders say these things, ”said Ajit Pawar.
Ajit Pawar on CM-Sharad Pawar meeting said
NCP President Sharad Pawar has arrived at Varsha Bungalow and met Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. What exactly did the two leaders discuss during their meeting today (September 9)? While many arguments are being made in the political circles about this, now the Deputy Chief Minister of the state Ajit Pawar has given a reaction. “Many people in the state visit Pawar. Some of your problems are presented. The head of state will have to take a decision on their ‘those’ issues. Therefore, Pawar may have met the Chief Minister, ”said Ajit Pawar.
Answering questions from the media, Ajit Pawar further said, “Sharad Pawar is not meeting the Chief Minister for the first time today. Even after the formation of the Mahavikas Aghadi government, Pawar has often met the Chief Minister. Even today, Sharad Pawar may have met the Chief Minister to take a decision on some of the problems of the people. Sharad Pawar has been doing sociology and politics for 50 years. The politics of the country and the state revolve around him. He has held the post of Chief Minister four times for the cause of the state. ”