Mumbai: NCP President Sharad Pawar mentioned about the recently concluded Karnataka assembly election results during a press conference in Pune on Monday. He said that the Karnataka elections are the best example of the padyatra of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
The NCP chief said that no matter what anyone says about Rahul Gandhi, but I am sure that people will strengthen the ideology of Rahul Gandhi. At the same time, he expressed apprehension that the general elections may also be postponed after the Karnataka elections.
Leaders of all the three parties will discuss
According to news agency ANI, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said in the press conference that there has been no discussion yet on seat-sharing with the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA). There was a meeting at my residence where it was discussed that the leaders of all the three parties (MVA) will decide on it. Uddhav Thackeray, Sonia Gandhi or Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge and I will discuss in the meeting.
My efforts are for bringing the Opposition together, same efforts are being made by Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. I am not contesting next election so where is the question of becoming a PM candidate. I am not in the race to become PM. We want a leadership who can work for the… pic.twitter.com/jrsqMMra5y– Advertisement –
— ANI (@ANI) May 22, 2023
build a strong opposition
Sharad Pawar said that my effort is to bring together a strong opposition in front of the BJP. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar is also making similar efforts. Pawar said that I am not contesting the next election, so where is the question of becoming the PM candidate? I am not in the race to become PM. We need a leadership that can work for the development of the country.
Violent incidents in Maharashtra should be investigated
During a press conference on the recent violent incidents in Maharashtra, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that if we look at the ideology and power behind these incidents (violent clashes), then we will know who is behind them. An inquiry should be conducted to find out the involvement of people in power at the Center and in the state.
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