Overconfidence could harm BJP in Lok Sabha polls: Sharad Pawar
reply to a question about AAP, the NCP supremo said he was not sure about the possible impact of Arvind Kejriwal’s party in the polls.
“One thing is certain that people wearing caps are seen at many places,” he added.
Replying to a question, he asserted that he was in the UPA and would continue to remain in the UPA. NCP has become the second largest constituent of the Congress-led UPA after parting of ways by Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress and DMK.
Asked about what role he envisages for himself after the polls, Pawar remarked in lighter vein that after half a century in electoral politics, he has now come to the Rajya Sabha and now would like to take rest in the House of Elders.
However, the minister said that he would be happy to coordinate among various parties in the UPA.