Ajit Pawar said his party would not extend outside support to Fadnavis-led government.
The details will have to be furnished by the next hearing on August 10.
In accordance with Section 11 of RTI Act, a letter was issued to Pawar by the income tax authorities seeking his views on the issue.
Devendra Fadnavis said there is no question of extending any concession to Pawar. The government will not interfere in irrigation probe.
Rival parties say he should have been summoned to ACB office.
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‘The NCP will have to give importance to youth, students and women wing in the party.’
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Baramati had cast 71 per cent votes this time — 6 per cent higher than the 2009 Assembly polls.
The NCP offered unconditional outside support to the BJP, which at 123 seats is 22 short of a clear majority.
NCP said Chavan employed ‘conspiratorial tactics’ to malign NCP and his own rivals within Congress.
In 2009 Assembly elections, Pawar won votes against an independent candidate Ranjankumar Taware.
Prithviraj Chavan 74% Karad South It was the highest turnout in Satara district, and much higher than in the seat in 2009. And if the signs are of anti-incumbency, many read that as against Chavan rather than against Vilas Patil-Undalkar, sitting MLA-turned-rebel. Chavan is depending largely on urban areas but the highest turnouts were from […]
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