Sharad Pawar said this while referring to PM

Sekar Chandra
Sharad Pawar said this while referring to PM…

After the completion of voting on all 48 lok sabha seats in maharashtra, the results are now awaited. Meanwhile, ncp (SP) chief sharad pawar has attacked PM Modi over his comments on the opposition. sharad pawar claimed on friday (May 24) that prime minister Narendra Modi's statements against the opposition in this election season are a cause for concern. ncp (SP) chief sharad pawar said, "The post of prime minister is an institution. narendra modi is on an important post. But is there no need to take cognizance of what he is saying in election rallies?

What did PM Modi say?

According to PTI report, 83-year-old politician sharad pawar was answering a question about PM Modi's comments in himachal pradesh on Friday. Where PM Modi had claimed that when congress was in power, there was a weak government in the country. During that time, pakistan was a threat to us. Weak congress governments kept pleading for help across the world but now india will fight its own battle.

Sharad Pawar's attack on PM Modi and amit Shah

Sharad Pawar said on this, "PM Modi's election speeches are worrying. He responded to Union home minister amit Shah's claim that bjp has already crossed 310 seats. “Those responsible should speak with some basis,” he said. We do not accept such statements.'' The ncp (SP) chief said that Union home minister amit Shah's claim has no basis. There are still two phases left in the seven-phase lok sabha elections.

Request to waive electricity bill, education fees

Sharad Pawar urged the maharashtra government to take immediate steps to restructure crop loans and waive electricity bills and education fees to ease the hardships of people in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar and pune divisions, where drought has been declared. The senior opposition leader welcomed the state government's stand in demanding relaxation in the model code of conduct to expedite relief work in drought-hit areas. “There is no politics here,” he said. We will cooperate with the government.

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