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Ajit Pawar Group MLAs will return to Sharad Pawar: Rohit Pawar

NCP (SP) demands more seats in the upcoming assembly elections

Ajit Pawar Group MLAs will return to Sharad Pawar: Rohit Pawar
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There is nothing wrong with the Ajit Pawar group of NCP and the current MLAs are worried about how to get elected to the Legislative Assembly. Therefore, many MLAs are staying there keeping an eye on the allocation of funds in the monsoon session of the legislature. At least 19 MLAs from the Ajit Pawar group will return to their original party once the funds are available, claimed MLA Rohit Pawar of the Nationalist Sharad Pawar group. He explained that the party wants 85 seats in the seat allocation of MVA in the upcoming assembly elections.


Rohit Pawar while talking to reporters at the state office on Monday said, Ajit Pawar does not trust anyone in the party, so he must have nominated his wife for the Rajya Sabha at home. Praful Patel attends most meetings with Modi. So I have a question whether the president of the party is Ajit Pawar or Praful Patel. Patel has a lot of control over the party, so he must have told the party that I will get the ministerial post at the center in the future, said Pawar.


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Ajit Pawar and Supriya Sule have grown up together since childhood. That is why Supriya gets sensitive towards Ajit Pawar, he said in reply to a question. In the upcoming monsoon session, NCP will focus on farmer loan waiver, out-of-state industries and corrupt administration of the state government. He disclosed that there are no differences between him and the state president Jayant Patil. NCP (Sharad Pawar) took the least seats in the Lok Sabha elections. Therefore, he demanded that MVA should give more seats to NCP in the upcoming Legislative Assembly. Pawar said that we want at least 85 seats in the Legislative Assembly.

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