‘What’s fallacious with assembly my nephew?’: Sharad Pawar on ‘secret’ assembly with Ajit

NCP president Sharad Pawar’s hush-hush assembly along with his nephew Ajit Pawar has spun heads throughout the political panorama of Maharashtra. The Nationalist Congress Occasion (NCP) chief defended this surreptitious household assembly, remarking sarcastically, “What’s fallacious with assembly my nephew?”

Sharad Pawar argued that it was a familial assembly, so there shouldn’t be any trigger for political hypothesis or outcry. He believes that it’s completely regular for members of a household to fulfill, regardless of their skilled and political affiliations.

Visuals aired by regional information channels confirmed Sharad Pawar arriving on the residence of the businessman in Koregaon Park space at round 1 pm. He left by round 5 pm. After practically two hours, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar was seen leaving the premises in a automotive at 6:45 pm whereas apparently attempting to keep away from cameras.

Nevertheless, Sharad Pawar on Sunday clarified by saying, “I wish to let you know a reality that he’s my nephew. What’s fallacious with assembly my nephew? If a senior individual in a household needs to fulfill one other member of the family, there shouldn’t be any concern with that.”

Regardless of the efforts of sure “well-wishers” to steer him, Nationalist Congress Occasion president Sharad Pawar has maintained unequivocally that his celebration is not going to unite with the BJP.

“Because the nationwide president of the NCP, I’m making it clear that my celebration (NCP) is not going to go along with the BJP. Any affiliation with the Bharatiya Janata Occasion doesn’t slot in NCP’s political coverage,” Sharad Pawar was quoted as saying by information company PTI.

“A few of us (Ajit Pawar-led NCP group) have taken a distinct stand. A few of our well-wishers are attempting to see if there may be any change in our stand. That’s the reason they’re attempting to have a cordial dialogue with us,” he stated with out taking names.

In a sudden growth that surprised political circles in Maharashtra final month, Ajit Pawar took oath because the deputy chief minister within the Shiv Sena-BJP authorities. The eight MLAs of NCP supporting him took oath as ministers. Out of 54 MLAs, the precise variety of legislators supporting the teams led by the Pawar senior and Ajit Pawar just isn’t recognized.

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