December6 , 2021

“Centre Wouldn’t Have Decided To Repeal Farm Laws If …”: Sharad Pawar

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The resolution to repeal farm legal guidelines was taken with eye on upcoming state polls, Sharad Pawar stated (File)

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The BJP-led central authorities wouldn’t have determined to repeal the three contentious farm legal guidelines had there been no elections scheduled in Uttar Pradesh and different states within the close to future, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar at the moment alleged at the moment.

Last Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made the announcement about withdrawing the three agricultural legal guidelines that have been going through strident protests on the Delhi borders and elsewhere.

Speaking to reporters in Maharashtra’s Satara district, Sharad Pawar asserted that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities in Maharashtra will full its full five-year time period, and expressed confidence that if elections are held now, the three-party alliance will as soon as once more come to energy.

“There are elections in UP and other neighbouring states. As per our information, the people in power, when they visited the villages in some parts of these states, they got some different kind of reception from the locals. Considering this, they might have sensed the kind of treatment they will get when they go to seek votes. It seems that on that backdrop, this practical decision was taken,” Sharad Pawar stated.

“Had there been no elections in these states in the near future, this decision would not have been taken,” he added.

When requested about Maharashtra BJP Chief Chandrakant Patil’s reported comment that the state authorities will change within the new 12 months, Mr Pawar stated that after the MVA authorities of Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress was shaped two years in the past, an identical declare was made that it’s going to collapse in 15 days.

“But later it was heard that it will fall in one month, two months, three months and so on,” he stated.

“Since Chandrakant Patil has time, he is trying his hands at astrology and on the basis of that he must be drawing such conclusions. Let him enjoy it. However, this government will complete its five-year term and if we decide to go together in polls, it (the MVA alliance) will once again come to power,” the NCP chief asserted.

On the actions taken by the central businesses in Maharashtra, Sharad Pawar stated it’s not a brand new factor.

“I recently met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. There are six to seven ministers from her government who are currently being harassed by the central agencies. I am going to meet her in Mumbai in the next few days.”

He added that the BJP authorities on the Centre has taken a stand to “harass” non-BJP states by utilizing businesses and the identical is occurring in Maharashtra.

“Let them conduct inquiries. Nothing will come out. This is the finest example of the misuse of power by the people in power,” he added.

Sharad Pawar stated he was shocked after studying about former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh’s submission earlier than the court docket that there’s a menace to his life in Maharashtra.

“What to say if a person who worked on several key positions in the Maharashtra police department says that he is scared of his colleagues and the state police,” he added.

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