NDA ally Ramdas Atwale said, “Raut said that Sharad Pawar should lead the UPA, which angered the Congress leaders. As a result, the Congress may withdraw its support and the Maha Bikas Agadi government may fall.”
On Tuesday, Union Minister Ramdas Atwale claimed that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) leadership could destabilize the Maharashtra government due to recent remarks by Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut. Atwale told reporters that the Congress was outraged by Raut’s remarks. The Congress is part of the Shiv Sena-led coalition government in the state. Notably, last week, Raut said all BJP opposition parties should join the UPA. He added that NCP chief Sharad Pawar is capable of leading the UPA. Currently, the UPA leader is Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.
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NDA ally Atwale said, “Raut said that Sharad Pawar should lead the UPA, which angered the Congress leaders. As a result, the Congress may withdraw its support and the government of Maha Bikas Agadi will collapse.” To be able to. “We have no plans to overthrow this government,” the RPI (A) leader said. But if the government falls, the NDA will form the government in the state. “
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Regarding the summoning of the Director of Enforcement (ED) in a money laundering case to Raut’s wife, the Union Minister said, “The ED is a government body but independent. The government does not intend to harass anyone through the ED.” ) Does not support the whole country. Atwale said, “There is a provision to amend any law and it can be done after consultation with the farmers. Sharad Pawar has been in the government for many years. He should talk to the leaders of the opposition about the amendment he wants. The government should talk about them.” We welcome their comments. “
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