Maharashtra Politics News: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar said on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim that even Devendra Fadnavis used to say in 2019 that he would come back to power. The Prime Minister’s claim is inspired by him. On August 15, on the 77th Independence Day, Prime Minister Modi had said that next year he would hoist the flag from this Red Fort. Sharad Pawar’s statement has come on this claim of his.
Sharad Pawar said, ‘Prime Minister Modi’s claim that he would return to hoist the tricolor at the Red Fort next year (on Independence Day) was inspired by Fadnavis, who regularly said during the 2019 assembly election campaign That he (Fadnavis) will come back. Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also hit back at Sharad Pawar and said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation from the Red Fort on Independence Day next year as the whole country stands with him and he is working tirelessly for the citizens of the country. Fanavis also said that the Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and he has a match that cannot be challenged because of his working style.
What did Devendra Fadnavis say about Shinde, Ajit and himself
While addressing the ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ program in Shirdi, Fadnavis said, ‘We three have come together. You know about Shinde ji’s working style and you also know about me and Ajit Dada. The three of us have such a combination that no one can challenge.’
Devendra Fadnavis hits back at Sharad Pawar
Without naming Sharad Pawar, Fadnavis hit back saying, ‘Last time, I said I will come back and I can see that statement The fear of is still intact Some people are still scared. I would like to tell them one thing that when I said that I will come back, people actually brought me back but some people cheated us.’