The opposition leader dispels rumors that he and a group of MLAs who support him might join the Bharatiya Janta Party Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar said on Tuesday that he would work for his party until he is dead and dispelled rumors that he and a group of MLAs who support him might join the Bharatiya Janta Party, which is currently in power.
In an interview with reporters in Mumbai, the opposition leader stated that reports claiming that the NCP had split and that he had joined the BJP were completely false.
We (party MLAs) support the NCP in every way. Pawar continued, “I will work for the NCP until I die.” Ajit Pawar, a senior leader of the NCP, dispelled rumors that he and a group of MLAs who are close to him might join the ruling Bharatiya Janta Party on Tuesday by stating that he will continue to work for his party until he dies.
Pawar excused reports that he had taken the marks of 40 of 53 MLAs of NCP in the midst of a buzz about his reputed partnership with the BJP.
He claimed that party workers are harmed and confused by such unfounded reports.
“We (party MLAs) are all with the NCP. Pawar continued, “I will work for the NCP until I die.”
He said that the NCP has decided to strengthen the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), and the coalition has planned a number of rallies that will target the Maharashtra government and the Centre over a variety of issues.
The Congress, the NCP, and the Shiv Sena (led by Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) make up the MVA.
Pawar stated that no (NCP) MLA signatures were taken in response to a question.
He went on to say, “We are working as a family and will continue to do that.” When Ajit Pawar suddenly canceled his scheduled meetings and made comments that were perceived as being soft on the BJP and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s camp, rumors about his next political move began to circulate last week. The Shinde administration also includes the BJP.
Sanjay Raut, leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), added to the rumor mill on Sunday that Sharad Pawar recently told Uddhav Thackeray that his party will never join the BJP, even if a single person decides to do so.
Ajit Pawar hammered Raut without taking the last option’s name on Tuesday and expressed spokespersons of different gatherings are acting like spokespersons of NCP. The leader of the NCP stated that he would bring up this matter at any party meeting.
“Nobody realizes who has given them this right. You talk about the party that you represent. You talk about the spokesperson for your party. We have the ability to clearly state our position.
“Taking our brief is pointless. They can advance separate (party’s) sees. “The spokespersons and leaders of our party at the state and national levels are able to explain the party’s position,” he added.
At the point when Maharashtra was subject to President’s authority after the consequences of the 2019 Gathering surveys were out and Shiv Sena (unified) disavowed partner BJP, Ajit Pawar covertly held hands with Devendra Fadnavis and an administration was framed with Fadnavis as the main clergyman and the NCP pioneer as his delegate. However, after Ajit Pawar resigned, that government only lasted for 80 hours.
Ajit Pawar assumed office as deputy chief minister and was in charge of the finance portfolio in November 2019, when the Shiv Sena joined forces with the NCP and Congress to form a coalition government.