KOLHAPUR / PUNE During a speech at a Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) meeting in Kolhapur in western Maharashtra on Saturday, Sharad Pawar criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi and raised questions about US and Chinese presidents and prime ministers visiting Gujarat and not the others. states.
The NCP hosted a state-level meeting in Kolhapur on Saturday, and all NCP leaders from the state were present for the public meeting.
Pawar said: “I saw the tenure of former Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, PV Narsingh Rao and others. Even during their tenure, foreign leaders would visit India. They would visit Delhi as it is the capital and would also visit others “During Modi’s tenure, US and Chinese presidents visited Gujarat, and two days ago the British Prime Minister also visited Gujarat. We do not mind their visit to Gujarat, it is our neighboring state. But this shows the thinking of the BJP leaders.”
“The agencies are being abused. Earlier, accusations were made against former Interior Minister Anil Deshmukh ₹100 crore, but later in the indictment the number came down to ₹1 crore. The same was the case with Nawab Maliq, where transactions from 20 years ago were shown, but he is in prison, ”Pawar added.
Pawar warned the BJP: “Power is not permanent, it comes and goes. But when you rule, you have to be balanced. Our turn comes too.”
He appealed to citizens that the BJP is trying to polarize the situation, which is why there are many films released with their political agenda. Instead of running backwards with religious issues, citizens need to raise the issue of inflation, employment and other issues.
Pawar also referred to violence that broke out in the Jahangirpuri area of Delhi during Hanuman Jayanti processions. “A few days ago, Delhi burned down due to tensions in the community. The state of Delhi is controlled by (Prime Minister) Arvind Kejriwal, but its police are under the Union’s Ministry of the Interior, run by Amit Shah. Shah failed to protect the city from municipal riots,” he said. he.