Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Friday stated that regardless of some statements made by state Congress chief Nana Patole, the latter’s colleagues Balasaheb Thorat and Ashok Chavan have clarified that the alliance authorities within the state was robust and dealing unitedly.
Queried on whether or not Mr Patole’s latest remarks pointed to lack of unity within the ruling coalition, Mr Pawar stated such statements are made in closed-door conferences to spice up the morale of occasion staff.
“Even if such statements had been made, different Congress leaders like Balasaheb Thorat and Ashok Chavan have clarified that the (MVA) alliance is powerful and all of us are working collectively. Even Patole echoed comparable sentiments later,” he stated, including that the complete Congress The occasion was working as one below the management of its chief Sonia Gandhi.
Mr Pawar refuted media studies that he had mentioned this concern with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, and in addition rubbished others who stated the Zoting Commission report had indicted BJP-turned-Nationalist Congress Party chief Eknath Khadse in a land deal.
He added that the state authorities had not acquired the Zoting Commission report as but.
Asked on the BJP-ruled Pune Municipal Corporation passing a decision to draft a growth plan for 23 villages merged into it not too long ago, Pawar stated the PMC may take such a choice however it was for the state authorities to resolve whether or not the DP can be made by the civic physique or the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority.
The state authorities had not too long ago issued a notification appointing PMRDA because the “planning authority” for the 23 villages.