At a function in Satara, Pawar indicated that there is a possibility of changing equations in Maharashtra.
Leaders of BJP-Sena alliance say NCP chief is known for such tactics to enhance his own party’s significance
Pawar concerned over shortfall in pulses, Fadnavis talks of higher investment
The NCP president Sharad Pawar has been sharing dias with centre-state BJP leaders regularly in his home turf through public functions.
He said the government had failed on the law and order front in Maharashtra and slammed the centre and the state for not doing enough to bring down the spiralling prices of tur dal.
Jaitley’s visit to NCP bastion Baramati should not be mixed with politics, say leaders.
“Pawar saheb has literally for the last 40 to 50 years, developed the area. The economy (of this area) has transformed,” Jaitley said
Sharad Pawar further said that despite the rapid deterioration of Sena-BJP ties, he did not see the possibility of either party walking out of the alliance in Maharashtra.
Pawar was interacting with the media after touring the suicide-prone Yavatmal district on Wednesday. His observation is in contrast with its alliance partner Congress’ demand for a complete loan waiver.
Sharad Pawar noted that while he had nothing against the ruling BJP-led government’s “thinking” that prices of essential commodities should come down.
Three-time Maharashtra chief minister Sharad Pawar, analyses the current agricultural situation and this government’s performance on the farm front.
Sharad Pawar is right. Prime Minister must intervene to facilitate field trials of GM crops.
Ramesh, then environment minister, had made it mandatory for developers of GM varieties to obtain a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the concerned state government before going ahead with field trial.
While Sharad Pawar hosts the banner of third front at Centre, at home he is facing a divide within his own organisation and flak from small allies.
Urges govt to set up fodder camps and make drinking water available for people and animals.