Sharad Pawar, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the latter’s residence. The assembly final 50 minutes, sources stated.
“Rajya Sabha MP (*50*) Sharad Pawar met PM Narendra Modi,” the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted, together with a photograph of the 2 leaders assembly.
The assembly comes two days forward of the monsoon session of parliament and amid studies of strains within the Shiv Sena-led alliance in Maharashtra, of which Mr Pawar’s celebration is a celebration of.
Earlier this week, the veteran politician denied that he’s a candidate for submit of the President — hypothesis triggered by election analyst Prashant Kishor’s assembly with the Gandhis.
“It is unsuitable to say that I’m a candidate for the presidential election,” Mr Pawar instructed reporters on Wednesday.
Mr Pawar, 80, who had taken the initiative to sew up an opposition wall forward of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, additionally stated no resolution has been taken in regards to the 2024 elections. “The political state of affairs retains altering,” he added.
The Rajya Sabha member had additionally commented on the formation of a brand new ‘Ministry of Cooperation’ a day earlier than the mega reshuffle of PM Modi’s cupboard. He stated that legal guidelines on the cooperation sector have been framed within the Maharashtra meeting and stated that the middle has no proper to intrude with laws drafted by the state.
Mr Pawar was a part of a gathering held by newly-appointed chief of Rajya Sabha and Union Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday, forward of the parliament session. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and senior Congress chief Anand Sharma additionally attended that assembly. An all-party assembly can be held on tomorrow.