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Sharad Pawar | Thackeray government to complete five years? Sharad Pawar says …

The question of whether the Thackeray government will complete its five-year term has been asked since time immemorial.

Mumbai: The question of whether the Thackeray government will complete its five-year term has been asked since time immemorial. There is a mixed reaction from the people. Meanwhile, NCP chief Sharad Pawar has made a statement. Sharad Pawar has expressed confidence that the Thackeray government will definitely complete 5 years. The BJP has repeatedly said that this 3-party government will fall due to internal strife, for which we do not need to do anything. (Mahavikas Aghadi government will last for 5 years says ncp chief Sharad Pawar)

The Mahavikas Aaghadi has been repeatedly attacked by the opposition. Against this background, Pawar made this statement. The 3-party government is working well. There is great coordination between the three parties. “I have no doubt that this government will easily complete 5 years,” Pawar said.

Pawar also clarified the reason behind this strong belief. The responsibility of maintaining coordination among the three parties has been given to the six leaders. Whenever there is a difference of opinion, these 6 people settle it. Pawar was speaking in Baramati. This time he made a statement about it.

Coordinating mechanism of all three parties

“While running the government, it is natural to disagree on something else. In such a situation, there should be a mechanism to resolve the issue. To resolve this, the responsibility should be handed over to a total of six people, two from each of the three parties. (Shivsena) Eknath Shinde and Subhash Desai while NCP (NCP) Jayant Patil and Ajit Pawar were given the responsibility. Thus, a group of 6 leaders was formed.

Everyone has the right to a party

In the last few days, Congress state president Nana Patole has called for contesting the upcoming elections on his own. Pawar also reacted to this. “In politics, every party has the right to strengthen its organization. There is nothing wrong with that. But when the Mahavikas Aghadi government was formed, we came together on many issues. Then we came up with the Common Minimum Program. We want to move forward according to this formula.” Even so, Pawar mentioned.

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