“Everything Fine With Maha Vikas Aghadi Government”: Maharashtra Congress Chief
In a bid to quell the controversy stemming out of his remarks that the Congress social gathering would go solo within the subsequent meeting election, the social gathering’s Maharashtra chief Nana Patole on Tuesday mentioned that every little thing was hunky-dory within the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities and that the Congress has all the time been contesting polls by itself.
“Everything is fine in the MVA government. We (Congress) have always fought elections alone, there is nothing new in this. In MVA, all three parties are working together. All parties have every right to strengthen themselves. This matter is being shown in an overblown way, Congress plays its own role, NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) plays its own role, and Shiv Sena plays its own role,” Mr Patole mentioned.
In what seems to be a stealth retraction of his earlier remarks, the Congress chief mentioned: “I had never claimed the Chief Minister’s post and said I would myself be the Chief Minister. I had said that the decision on the Chief Minister would be taken by the High Command.”
Speaking about Sharad Pawar’s assembly at this time with a number of leaders from the Opposition, Mr Patole mentioned that this isn’t the primary time that the NCP chief had convened such a gathering and there’s no plan within the offing to place up a 3rd entrance.
“Prashant Kishor has also said today that no front could be erected to challenge Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) without taking the Congress in its fold,” Mr Patole mentioned.
Mr Kishor had met Sharad Pawar earlier than the Opposition leaders’ assembly with the NCP chief.
Further, Mr Patole mentioned the Speaker’s put up within the state Assembly is vacant and will likely be stuffed quickly and added that the choice within the matter falls in Congress’ quota.