Maharashtra: BJP’s attempt to form government with Ajit Pawar ended President’s rule: Sharad Pawar


NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Wednesday stated one benefit of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s try to type a authorities along with his nephew and NCP chief Ajit Pawar was that it ended President’s rule in Maharashtra in 2019. Following Pawar’s remarks, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis stated that the NCP chief also needs to have defined why President’s rule was imposed after the 2019 meeting elections.

benefited from the tip of president’s rule

Addressing a press convention in Pimpri Chinchwad, Pawar stated that if this train (of presidency formation with Ajit) had not occurred, President’s rule would have continued within the state. He was replying to a query about Fadnavis’s declare that NCP chief Sharad Pawar was additionally supported to type the federal government together with Ajit Pawar. The NCP chief stated, “An attempt was made to form the government. One advantage of that exercise was that it helped in removal of President’s rule in Maharashtra and what happened after that, everyone has seen it.

Had President’s rule not been removed, how would Uddhav have become the CM? – Pawar

Asked whether he was aware of such government formation and why Ajit Pawar was keeping mum on the issue, the NCP chief wondered if there was a need to speak about it. He said, “I just said that if such an exercise had not taken place, would the President’s rule have been revoked? Would Uddhav Thackeray have taken oath as the Chief Minister if the President’s rule had not been revoked?

What happened with Shiv Sena has never happened before.

Reacting to the Election Commission’s decision to declare Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s fractious faction as the real Shiv Sena, Pawar said differences are common in politics but it has never happened in the country when the party’s name and symbol were used to misuse power. People have snatched it. The senior leader said, “When there was a split in the Congress, two organizations namely the Congress (I) and the Congress (S) emerged. I was the President of the Congress (S) and Indira Gandhi was the President of the Congress (I). At that time I had the right to use the name of Congress. In today’s scenario, the name of the party and its symbol have been given to others. This has never happened in the history of India.

Shiv Sena will do well in the upcoming elections

Citing his experience, the NCP chief said that whenever there is excessive misuse of power and an attempt is made to suppress a party, the public stands with that party. “I recently visited several districts and found that though the leaders have left the Shiv Sena, the staunch Shiv Sainiks (party workers) are still with Uddhav Thackeray and this will be proved in the elections,” he said.

Pawar declined to comment on the court

Pawar said, “Who took the decision? Was it the (Election) Commission, or someone who is guiding the Commission? Such decisions were not made in the past. The role of some bigger force behind this cannot be ruled out.” The NCP declined to touch upon what may very well be the decision of the apex court docket within the matter. “It is the judiciary and we believe in the judiciary,” he stated.

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