He is well known for his humorous nature and distinctive style of speaking. Some of his statements have also found him in trouble. In this context, what Ajit Pawar said on one topic can be seen in a different discussion. Speaking at an NCP rally in Pimpri-Chinchwad, Ajit Pawar also hurled insults at various issues in the state. At this time, Ajit Pawar introduced the role of him with malicious words on the subject of Hanuman Janmabhoomi, the politics starting from Hanuman Chalisa. There was much laughter in the audience at the shot of him from the stage.
After the dispute between the birthplace of Rama and the birthplace of Krishna, there is now a dispute over the birthplace of Hanuman. Where exactly was Hanumana born? As the debate continues, Ajit Pawar has insulted him. “It just came to our attention then. We must oppose him. (After the current controversy) Maruti Raya can also say I know where I was born, why are you arguing? Who says Karnataka, who says Nashik, who says UP… OK, it may have happened… but it’s Maruti Raya. Is there any point in saying something different? You have to visit on Saturday. We are working to mislead the citizens through this,” said Ajit Pawar.
A meeting was organized to find a solution for Hanuman’s birthplace at Anjaneri in Nashik. However, the mahants on both sides of the place were found to be very crude. Literally, mahants from both sides were seen descending on Hamritumari. Therefore, the main topic of the meeting was left aside and for some time there was confusion of disrespect.
Tola on the argument of the mahants
Meanwhile, Ajit Pawar also criticized the demonstration held at a conference of mahants about Hanuman’s birthplace. “If the mahants want to keep quiet, they will kill each other with microphones. What’s going on? Do you like it? We called a lot of mahants, maharajas. But it was Maharaj who started killing each other. I don’t know what to do. NCP workers should work for create your own development agenda without falling into the trap set by the Opposition and their cronies and follow their agenda,” said Ajit Pawar.
Ajit Pawar remembers ‘that’ statement about the dam; He said, “When you start clapping, slow down.”
Targeting BJP for denomination ban
Meanwhile, speaking on the occasion, Ajit Pawar has taken aim at the BJP government in the Center over the denomination issue. “When denominating, it was said that after the denomination of 1000 and 500, counterfeit bills will go through the market. Black money will come out. We did it with agitation. But it did not get a response. The decision made by the rulers at that time was acceptable to the town. But what happened today? It is now known that most of the counterfeit 500 bills have hit the market. Who will answer this? You didn’t say how many counterfeit bills were found when the ban was imposed. There is no estimate. Do I have something? What was said did not happen, “he said.