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Meeting with BJP is a different color for politics

At least the same event turned out to be; Sharad Pawar, a leader in the sport of power, is on the brink of farming

Mumbai: A meeting of newly elected MLAs of the Bharatiya Janata Party was held on Thursday while the Shiv Sena, the Congress and the NCP alliance were in the mood to claim power. Meanwhile, there has been a lot of curiosity in this matter as the independent MLAs who support the BJP will be present in the meeting. Meanwhile, at least a similar program was fixed by Shiv Sena NCP and Congress. Therefore, it was clear that this party would try to establish a government. Since the BJP convened a meeting, the discussion started that the BJP was going to launch a lotus operation like Karnataka. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut claimed that Narendra Modi was kept in the dark about Amit Shah's rule. Therefore, the hull of the Shiv Sena has clamped its doors for the BJP. Against this backdrop, Sharad Pawar, the senior leader of this all-powerful play party, went to the dam of an agrarian farmer and examined his situation and realized his political aggression.

The meeting started at around 3:30 pm in a Kakari office in Dadar. Former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was to guide the meeting. The current political situation in the state was reviewed; Also, guidance will be given on how to provide help to the affected farmers. Former Minister Ashish Shelar said that the Bharatiya Janata Party's organizational elections will also be reviewed. But why an independent MLA to discuss the organizational elections of the Bharatiya Janata Party? Arguing that the BJP was ready to implement the operation lotus in the state, as in Karnataka, the discussion was accelerated.

On the other hand, at least the same program that was in the discussion for the last 48 hours was embodied. Complete loan waiver of farmers, Dr. It is understood that sources of the memorial of Babasaheb Ambedkar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj are at the forefront. The committee consisted of five members of the NCP and five members of the Congress. After discussing it with Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, the program was finalized with the consent of Shiv Sena. The leaders of the three parties avoided giving more details to the journalists, saying that the information about the party would be decided by the party's class.

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut criticized BJP's Amit Shah from the street. In an interview yesterday, Shah did not discuss any allocation for the post of Chief Minister. Shah had said at the meeting that he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be the Chief Minister if the coalition government came, and no one spoke at that time. The words were given by Shah in the Shiv Sena chief's room. That room was the temple for us. If anyone rotates the word given there, it is an insult to the temple. This is an insult to Maharashtra. If Shah had informed Modi about the allocation of power at the time, then it would have been a time of instability in Maharashtra.

Meanwhile, NCP President Sharad Pawar will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi in the next two days, according to information received from the NCP alliance and a final decision on the establishment will be taken in this meeting. If there is any doubt in the mind of Congress, Sharad Pawar will remove it, Pawar will be successful in explaining how this government is important in the long term.

Since the Congress and NCP have proposed to support the Shiv Sena at least on similar programs after the imposition of President's rule in the state, developments in the state have accelerated. The formula for the distribution of positions in power will be decided.

Meanwhile, the news that NCP had asked for the Chief Minister for two and a half years came in some dailies (not morning). NCP spokesman Nawab Malik has disclosed this. He made it clear that the Chief Minister would belong to the Shiv Sena. Senior leaders of the party said on the condition of anonymity that the picture of Ajit Pawar and Sharad Pawar's contradiction on this issue was completely fictional. NCP wants to keep BJP out of power. The party's role is to build trust among the activists so that it can regain power.

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