Mocking 'Nakli' NCP, PM Modi asked Sharad Pawar to join BJP-led NDA. He says no.


File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar.

File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar.

Sharad Pawar said that he will never abandon the Nehru-Gandhi ideology and will not join hands with those who adopt an anti-Muslim stance.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited National Congress Party (SP) chief Sharad Pawar to join the Bharatiya Janata Party alliance after the Lok Sabha election results on June 4. “Instead of dying by merging with the Congress, come to Ajit Pawar and Eknath Shinde,” the Prime Minister said.

Responding to the invitation, Pawar said that he would never abandon the Nehru-Gandhi ideology and would not join hands with those who take an anti-Muslim stance.

Modi on Friday scoffed at the NCP (SP) leader's recent statement that smaller regional parties may move closer to or merge with the Congress in the coming years.

Without mentioning his name, the prime minister described Pawar's party as a “fake NCP” and said it would be better if he “proudly” joins the BJP-led coalition in Maharashtra. Instead of merging with the Congress and “die in four days.”

The NCP (SP) leader had earlier on Thursday said that the voting in the first three phases of the Lok Sabha polls had upset PM Modi and that he should openly mention the Muslim community in his speeches. has started

He has started mentioning the Muslim community openly (in his speeches). He seems to think that bringing in communal ideas will change things. It is my observation that some people in his party think that as the stages are being completed, his position is under threat,” the former Union minister had told reporters in Satara.

Following his attack, PM Modi, at a rally in Maharashtra's Nandurbar district the next day, criticized Pawar for making “wild statements” despite being a “tall leader with 40-50 years of experience in Maharashtra politics”. Made fun of.

After the Baramati election they are disappointed and disillusioned. After debating with many people, he made the statement. He has said that if the small regional parties have to survive in politics, they will have to merge with the Congress,” the prime minister added.

“it means Imitation NCP and Imitation The Shiv Sena has made up its mind to merge with the Congress,” he added, referring to Pawar's party and Uddhav Thackeray's party, which are part of the opposition India Bloc.

After four days instead of dying to do Congress Mai Ja, come with our Ajit Dada and Shindeji to do Sena Tum, all your dreams will come true.. (Instead of merging with Congress and dying four days later, proudly join hands with Ajit Pawar and Eknath Shinde, all your dreams will come true),” PM Modi said at Ninderbar.

Echoing PM Modi's statement, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, “The Prime Minister has made it very clear that Sharad Pawar has realized that he is losing the Baramati seat, that's why he did this. Stated that after June 4, all regional parties will have to unite. Merge into Congress because they think Congress is going to lose this election.

In an interview, Pawar also mentioned the merging of smaller parties into the Congress. Indian Express On the 4th of May. “In the next two years, many regional parties will be more closely associated with the Congress. Or they may look at the option of merging with the Congress if they feel it is best for their party,” he said. Referred to.

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