Former Chief Minister of #Maharashtra and senior Congress leader #SushilKumarShinde announced his exit from electoral politics ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. He said "I have taken the decision to retire from active politics, but I will be available for the party… read-more
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At the government rest house in Solapur, an activist from the Bhim Army threw blue ink at Chandrakant Patil. The protest was over disapproval of the government's policy to privatize public sector jobs. Chandrakant Patil, recently assumed the role of Guardian Minister for Solapur district and this was his first visit to Solapur on October 15. The individual was arrested and identified as Ajay Mendergikar, associated with the Bhim Army.
The National Congress Party (NCP) gave a statement on Ajit Pawar and his place in the Party. In a recent press meet in Baramati, Pawar refused to have any split or issues with Ajit Pawar, who recently joined Shiv Sena-BJP alliance and became Maharashtra's Deputy CM. Sharad Pawar said, "Yes, some leaders took a different stance but this can't be called a split. They can do so in a democracy,"
Amid the ongoing political chaos in Maharashtra, the National Congress Party (NCP) and the Indian National Congress (INC) party are scheduled to be held on July 6. The national executive meeting is scheduled in Delhi, at 3:00 P.M., to discuss the major change in Maharashtra politics, especially at a time when the nation is set to witness the 2024 General Elections.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Maharashtra political turmoil intensified after the former National Congress Party (NCP) President Ajit Pawar inducted nine MLAs of NCP into the Eknath Shinde-led BJP Government. The political issue started with Ajit Pawar quitting the NCP, causing a major setback ahead of the 2024 general elections. However, the joining of NCP MLAs, and being inducted in the Maharashtra Cabinet Ministry, created ruckus and concerned amongst the Shinde… read-more
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Amid the ongoing turmoil in Maharashtra politics, the former National Congress Party (NCP) President Ajit Pawar is set to inaugurate new NCP office, near Mantralay, in Mumbai. The move came days after Ajit Pawar joined the Eknath Shinde-BJP in Maharashtra and took the oath as the State Deputy CM. Furthermore, Ajit Pawar, who switched parties claimed that he has support of half of the NCP leaders.
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Sunil Tatkare, the leader of National Congress Party (NCP) is now appointed as the National President of the Party in Maharashtra. After the sudden exit of Ajit Pawar, the Sharad Pawar-led NCP names Sunil. Notably, in a setback to the NCP, Ajit Pawar announced his resignation and joined the opposition, Eknath Shinde led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Maharashtra.
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MP Sanjay Raut has received death threats, stated MLA and his brother Sunil Raut. He said that he and Sanjay Raut have been receiveing threat calls since June 8. This comes after reports of Sharad Pawar receiving death threats came to the fore, confirmed the National Congress Party. Furthernore, reports cited the caller threatening that Sanjay Raut should stop his "morning bhonga (morning press interaction.)
In a major blow to the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena faction, the Supreme Court (SC) ruled on that Eknath Shinde could retain his post as Chief Minister. In the verdict of Shiv Sena V/S Shiv Sena, the Apex Court bench also turned down the plea of Uddhav Thackeray, which sought to retain the government, saying rather than facing floor test, Uddhav Thackeray quit as CM.
In a breaking news, the National Congress Party (NCP) Panel rejected the resignation of Sharad Pawar, as the President of the party. After the rejection, the NCP workers and leaders in Maharashtra, held a grand celebration, as NCP will have Pawar as the President. The decision was taken after a high-level party meeting held in Mumbai. The NCP leader, who got emotional after urges of NCP workers, said needed time.