Lok Sabha Election / Crossing the target of 400 is not easy... Sharad Pawar took a dig at PM Modi's slogan

Zoom News : Apr 20, 2024, 08:00 PM
Lok Sabha Election: NCP supremo Sharad Pawar has once again attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sharad Pawar has hit back at PM Modi regarding the irrigation scam along with the slogans of PM Modi crossing 400. Sharad Pawar has said that NDA's announcement of crossing 400 is not very right. This is fundamentally wrong. At the same time, he has also attacked Prime Minister Modi's statement regarding the irrigation scam. Sharad Pawar said that this scam should be investigated. This should not be forgotten.

Sharad Pawar said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should make it clear who in his view is really responsible for the irrigation scam? Along with this, Sharad Pawar said that the irrigation scam should be investigated, its truth should be revealed to the public. He said that we have no objection in this.

Who is responsible in the irrigation scam?

In Nagpur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again discussed the irrigation scam. Now on the question raised by PM Modi, Sharad Pawar said that earlier too in the Bhopal meeting, Modi ji had accused the NCP party of irrigation scam and state co-operative bank scam, but what happened after that. Along with this he said that those whose names appeared in the scam are working with him only. The PM said that let it be investigated.

Along with PM Narendra Modi, Sharad Pawar has also hit back at Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Sharad Pawar has hit back at Amit Shah's question in which he was asked the account of his work in the last 10 years. Sharad Pawar said that I was not in power for 10 years, he was in power. It is their responsibility to tell what they did in 10 years.

Why does Pawar's party get less seats?

The main contest in the Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra is between Mahavikas Aghadi and Mahayuti. There are three parties each in both these alliances and coalitions. The formula for seat allocation in Mahavikas Aghadi is 22, 16 and 10. In this, Thackeray's Shiv Sena has got 22 seats, Congress has got 16 seats and Sharad Pawar's NCP has got 10 seats. Now the important question being raised is why did NCP get less seats? In response to this question, Sharad Pawar said that the target of our party is not the Lok Sabha but the Assembly.

Along with this, Sharad Pawar claimed that Mahavikas Aghadi will win 50 percent seats in Maharashtra in this Lok Sabha elections. He said that our aim is to get more seats in the Assembly and send more and more allies to the Lok Sabha. Sharad Pawar said that at present the environment is favorable for Mahavikas Aghadi.