Sharad Pawar never wanted to eradicate the problem of drought in Maharashtra permanently
Sharad Pawar never wanted to eradicate the problem of drought in Maharashtra permanently. He made a planned effort to ensure that more than half of Maharashtra would remain thirsty. Because, he wanted to achieve his own political goal through all this, alleged senior Congress leader Balasaheb Vikhe-Patil. He was speaking at a press conference in the city on Monday.
It is time for Pawar to take a stand on the issue of drought even after spending three consecutive terms as Chief Minister of the state, Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Minister of Agriculture at the Center for 10 consecutive years, irrigation and electricity in the state. Asked what he did during his long tenure, Vikhe-Patil directly accused the Baramatikars of playing tricks on power, water and rural development in the state and supporting Tagegiri.
On the one hand, Pawar used to create regional disputes over water and on the other hand, when there was a drought, he said, give water to Marathwada. Therefore, they are responsible for the drought in Maharashtra, said Balasaheb Vikhe-Patil.