Some are trying to break the democratic system through mob rule, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said while addressing the BJP. He also said that since development claims have been frustrated, people are being poisoned by creating racial divisions by manipulating sentiments. Bhumi Pujan of the Talegaon Municipal Council building was made by Pawar. He was speaking at a meeting held after that. Vice President Narhari Jirwal, MLA Sunil Shelke, Rohit Pawar, NCP taluka President Ganesh Khandge along with Krishnarao Bhegade, Madan Bafna, Mauli Dabhade were present.
Pawar said that a situation has arisen that threatens the unity and integrity of the country. The prices of gasoline, diesel and gas cylinders have skyrocketed. Basic products are expensive. In Sri Lanka, the houses and cars of people’s representatives were set on fire. Bomb blasts, ethnic riots are happening in Pakistan. This environment in our neighboring country is not affordable for India. We are also working to light up the atmosphere by bringing up topics like Bhonge, Hanuman Chalisa, Maruthiraya’s birthplace. Consider whether such issues will solve the problem of unemployment, inflation, or stop communal unrest. Everyone should be proud of their caste, religion. However, do not do anything that hurts others. No religion says wrong. This is the story of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj establishing Swarajya and establishing the welfare state by uniting all castes and religions. Things are being done that should not be forgotten. The challenge is to defend democracy and the constitution. The unity of the country must not be compromised. Development issues must be brought before the people. However, there’s no reason to look for unwanted trouble, Pawar said.
‘If we start swearing we have to run away’
The BJP on the one hand says that our party is big in the world and the presidents of their states insult women in Pune. We come from rural areas. We can talk a lot too. If we start the language of ‘Bha’, it will be time to flee. But we will not get to that level, said Ajit Pawar.
“Maruthiraya may also be saying, my birth,” fired Ajit Pawar’s driver at the Pimpri-Chinchwad rally.
“Even if you are a minister, it makes sense to bring funds”
It was a shame that NCP MLA was not chosen at Mavla for many years. However, through Sunil Shelke, all the pending work was filled. Instead of a front, all local elections should now be run against the clock. Select six seats from Zilla Parishad and 12 from Panchayat Samiti including Talegaon, Wadgaon, Lonavla. Then we will give important posts in Mawla, Ajit Pawar testified. His previous MLA was Minister of State. However, funds could not be raised for the taluka. You just have to be more demanding with the help you give to other people. It has to be chased. He did not know them, Ajit Pawar said.