New Delhi. Both factions of the Nationalist Congress Party have been summoned by the Election Commission for a personal hearing on October 6. Earlier, the leaders of both the groups had submitted their documents before the commission. Please note, due to the rebellious attitude of Ajit Pawar in the past, NCP was torn into two. One of them was under the command of Sharad Pawar and the other was under the command of Ajit Pawar. At present, both are calling themselves the real NCP. In this situation, who is the real NCP? The Election Commission will decide on this. Keeping this in mind, the Commission has summoned both the groups. Let us tell you that recently Sharad Pawar had said in his statement to the Commission that there is no situation of any kind of disunity in the party. At the same time, senior Pawar had demanded disqualification of those 40 MLAs who had joined Ajit’s faction and raised the flag of rebellion against him.
EC calls rival factions of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for personal hearing on October 6: Sources
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Not only this, senior Pawar had also dismissed the rebel MLAs from all the official posts of the party, which was objected to by Ajit Pawar, because he is continuously asserting his ownership over NCP, which Sharad Pawar opposed. Have been. In this connection, Ajit Pawar had recently come to meet his uncle Sharad Pawar, but it is claimed that Sharad Pawar did not talk to him during the meeting, which clearly shows that the resentment between the two still remains. Sources claim that Ajit Pawar is trying to convince his uncle, but he is not ready to agree.
Let us tell you that recently, Ajit Pawar along with 40 of his supporting MLAs had raised the bugle of rebellion against his uncle Sharad Pawar, after which he joined the Eknath Shinde government, where he was given the post of Deputy CM and his associate MLAs were given ministerial posts. Was decorated with. A few days later, news reports claimed that there was a strong possibility of a rift in the Shinde government after the arrival of Ajit Pawar, but later these reports were rejected outright.