NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s remark suggesting that Congress’s state of affairs was now like impoverished landlords who don’t have any land and can’t preserve their homes evoked a pointy response from Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole on Friday.
Talking to reporters, Mr Patole additionally made a veiled reference to Mr Pawar’s exit from the Congress over twenty years in the past.
“The leaders who had been entrusted with energy by the Congress ultimately betrayed it,” the state Congress chief mentioned.
“Congress was by no means a celebration of zamindars…Congress gave its land to a number of leaders for repairs however they stole it through the years,” Mr Patole added.
There will likely be a Congress prime minister within the nation in 2024, he mentioned.
Talking to Marathi information portal Mumbai Tak on Thursday, Mr Pawar had mentioned that there was a time when Congress had presence from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. However the social gathering ought to now settle for that it was not the case, he had mentioned.
“In relation to management, my colleagues within the Congress are usually not in a thoughts to take a special standpoint,” Mr Pawar had added.
He additionally recounted that previously he had spoken of Uttar Pradesh zamindars who misplaced land and had been left with solely their havelis (mansions) which they may not preserve or restore, suggesting that the Congress’s state of affairs was like that.
Elsewhere, commenting on Mr Pawar’s statements, BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis instructed reporters that he had “proven mirror to the Congress”.
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