Mumbai, on July 27.
The NCP, led by Sharad Pawar, said the Election Commission has sent them a letter asking for their response to Ajit Pawar’s group claiming the party name and symbol. They will reply to the letter.
NCP leader Praful Patel, who is part of the Ajit Pawar group, chose not to give a response to the issue.
On July 2, Ajit Pawar divided from the NCP and became the deputy CM in the Maharashtra government led by Eknath Shinde. Eight other NCP legislators also joined as cabinet ministers.
The Ajit Pawar group also told the Election Commission that he was chosen as the leader of the NCP party by a large number of members from the party’s legislative and organizational divisions. They want to take control of the party symbol.
The national spokesperson of the Sharad Pawar-led NCP group, Clyde Crasto, said today that the EC had sent a letter asking for their reply regarding Ajit Pawar’s group wanting the party name and symbol.
Crasto said that they will respond in the appropriate way.
However, Praful Patel said that he doesn’t want to talk about the problems within our party. He also mentioned that Sharad Pawar is still someone we look up to and we hope he agrees with the political choices we have made. “We will try to convince him,” Patel said to reporters in Nagpur.
He also said that the motion of no-confidence moved by the Congress against the Narendra Modi government was just a way to deceive people.
“It demonstrates that the opposition is frustrated, and they are aware that the no-confidence motion is not effective because the BJP has a majority in the Lok Sabha,” explained Patel.
He said that the opposition group Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) is finding it difficult to offer a reliable alternative.
“He said that previous attempts to do the same thing in the years 1977, 1989, and 1996 did not work because they caused problems in politics and the economy. ”
Patel also mentioned that the relationship between the NCP and the BJP is very strong.
We fully support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s third term. We need a government that is strong and trustworthy. “It is what is most important right now,” he said. This text is written in a way that is not easily understood.