Sharad Pawar will work for the unity of opposition events: Minister of Maharashtra


The Nationalist Congress Party mentioned that Sharad Pawar was making an attempt to rally the opposition even earlier than the Bengal elections.


In the context of the outcomes of the West Bengal meeting elections through which the Trinamool Congress prevailed by defeating its shut rival, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) mentioned in the present day that its boss Sharad Pawar will attempt to type a united entrance of opposition events, particularly regional groups.

National NCP spokesperson and Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik referred to the assertion by Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee, who allegedly mentioned that the unity of the Opposition is critical.

“Sharad Pawar was also trying to unite all the opposition parties before the Bengal elections. In the coming days, Pawar will work for the unity of the opposition parties, especially the regional parties,” Malik mentioned.

When requested about the post-election violence in Bengal, he mentioned such incidents must be condemned.

“West Bengal was in charge of the electoral commission for the last 100 days. Reports of violence also occurred during the election campaign … Responsibility must be fixed. Violence during the campaign and after the result of the poll must be condemned. , ” he mentioned.

Malik mentioned the BJP ought to cease its coverage of hatred and permit Mamata Banerjee’s authorities to perform.

Malik additionally lashed out at the head of the Maharashtra BJP, Chandrakant Patil, for his feedback towards the minister of state and CPN chief, Chhagan Bhujbal, and demanded his apology.

He mentioned the court docket ought to (by itself) take discover of the feedback and take motion.

Patil had reportedly reminded Bhujbal that he was out on bail in a (cash laundering) case when he praised Ms Banerjee and criticized the BJP on Sunday.

“It is true that the Bhujbal case is sub-judice. But what exactly did Chandrakant Patil want to convey when he made those comments?” Malik requested.

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