‘Sharad Pawar = Remote Control’: Maharashtra Congress Leader’s Latest Dig

‘Sharad Pawar = Remote Control’: Maharashtra Congress Leader’s Latest Dig

'Sharad Pawar = Remote Control': Maharashtra Congress Leader's Latest Dig

Sharad Pawar provides us steering and due to this fact he’s the distant management, Nana Patole stated. (File)

Mumbai:

Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole described NCP chief Sharad Pawar as “the distant management” of the state’s coalition authorities in his newest digs at allies earlier than attempting to mood it with an evidence.

“There is little question that Sharad Pawar is the distant management (of the Maharashtra authorities). We (Congress) don’t make statements in opposition to any huge chief, however any outsider ought to look into one’s personal get together earlier than making statements,” Nana Patole stated as we speak .

As the remark in opposition to a senior ally spurred questions, Mr Patole tried to tamp down the unfavorable connotations of the time period “distant management”.

“Sharad Pawar is the NCP chief. I’m the Congress chief, so we need to strengthen our events respectively. He is the distant management however he has a much bigger position in making this MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) authorities. Sharad Pawar provides us steering and due to this fact he’s a distant management,” he stated.

In a stream of unfiltered statements over the previous few days, Nana Patole has goaded each the Shiv Sena of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Sharad Pawar’s Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) to alternate between public retorts and injury management.

It all started along with his feedback declaring that the Congress would contest the following meeting election in Maharashtra individually. The feedback brought on disquiet within the ideologically disparate alliance of events who got here collectively in 2019 to maintain the BJP out of energy within the state.

Both the Shiv Sena and NCP dismissed the statements, however Mr Patole didn’t cease repeating it. Instead, he justified the remark saying the Congress is rising in Maharashtra and would make a comeback by itself.

Last week, Mr Patole accused his personal authorities of spying on him. But he later retracted, saying he was “misinterpreted” and accusing the BJP of attempting to create a rift within the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress alliance.

“The Congress is coming again in Maharashtra…have been saying it is going to be primary get together in 2024. The result’s BJP is attempting to create issues in Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities. But the federal government will full its full time period,” the Congress chief instructed reporters.

Sharad Pawar had a trenchant response to Mr Patole’s feedback: “I do not need to discuss minor folks. If Sonia Gandhi would have stated one thing, I’d have reacted.”

Yesterday, Mr Patole struck once more, taking a swipe on the NCP over the 2014 election. He stated the Congress was “cheated” in 2014 because the NCP determined to contest alone.

“The determination to contest the 2024 Maharashtra meeting election alone can be taken by the get together… Like NCP took the choice in 2014, now we have our personal technique,” stated Mr Patole.

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