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Ajit Pawar hits out at Shiv Sena

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Sep 26 (UNI) Former deputy chief minister
of Maharashtra and senior NCP leader, Ajit Pawar, on Wednesday hit
out at the Shiv Sena over its hollow threats of pulling out of the
BJP-led state government.
Addressing the meeting of NCP Youth workers from the Marathwada
division in a hall at Cidco area of city, he claimed that the Sena
has since long been making statements of pulling out of the BJP-led
government but being hungry for power, they are still in government
whose term is getting over shortly, he said.
Mr Pawar further claimed that the Sena was criticising the BJP
He also criticised Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for having
sidelined senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse, who had to resign from
the post on charges of corruption, but other tainted ministers in
the cabinet, who were also involved in corruption cases, were given
a clean chit.
He asked the NCP workers to reach out to the masses by setting up
booth committees and try to solve their problems, he added.

On this occassion, Leader of Opposition in Maharashtra Legislative
Council Dhananjay Munde, former minister Rajesh Tope, MLA Bhaisaheb
Chikatgaonkar, MLCs Satish Chavan, Vikram Kale, NCP youth wing state
president Sangram Kote-Patil and all the district chiefs, among
others, were present on the dias.
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