NCP will fight Mumbai Municipal Corporation on its own? Ajit Pawar made it clear
Congress has given the slogan of self-reliance for Mumbai Municipal Corporation elections. Shiv Sena is also preparing for the Mumbai Municipal Corporation elections. As a result, Mahavikas Aghadi Mumbai Municipal Corporation will fight together or not. Meanwhile, NCP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has clarified his role. He was talking to reporters in Mumbai.
"At present, the NCP is discussing to move ahead with its allies. Our superiors have the right to make the final decision. Sharad Pawar and Jayant Patil will take a decision after discussing with everyone. But our mentality is to lead, not to divide votes. This can happen to a third party, not to me, not to you. I am positive in this regard, ”said Ajit Pawar.
Can Shiv Sena and NCP match for Mumbai Municipal Corporation? When asked, he said, "It is wrong to predict in advance. We will discuss with Balasaheb Thorat, Bhai Jagtap. Efforts will be made to ensure that the Mahavikas Aghadi does not face any difficulties ”.
Comment on the renaming issue-
“The Mahavikas Aghadi came forward on the basis of at least a similar program. Work on this has been going on for the last one year. We will sit together and discuss the issue of renaming and find a way, ”said Ajit Pawar.
When asked about Prakash Ambedkar's demand to change the name of Pune, he said, "Whoever has the right to demand what he wants. Someone raises emotional issues, someone talks about development, someone talks about naming. Such different things have happened in the 60 year history of Maharashtra. In such a time, when the issue of one city came up, other cities were also mentioned. When news of your statement spreads, then others also start noticing. I have nothing to say about the right of everyone to demand. This is a coalition government. Sharad Pawar's role is to criticize the Mahavikas Aghadi and give importance to development and we are also moving forward by supporting it ”.
GST arrears of Rs 26,000 crore
GST arrears of Rs 26,000 crore. However, Ajit Pawar informed that money is coming every week. He also said that the assistance provided by the Center for those affected by heavy rains and unseasonal rains has not been received yet