Meeting of Maharashtra Congress leaders, what did Kharge and Rahul Gandhi say amid split in NCP? -aabtak24


Congress Meeting: The political temperature in Maharashtra has increased since the rebellion led by Ajit Pawar in former CM Sharad Pawar’s Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). Meanwhile, Congress held a meeting in Delhi on Tuesday (July 11). 

What did Mallikarjun Kharge say?
Sharing the picture of the meeting, Kharge tweeted, ‘‘BJP has done the work of hurting the self-respect of Maharashtra by using its washing machine . The Congress party will give an equal reply to this political forgery. The people of Maharashtra will give a befitting political reply to the continuous attacks on the mandate by the BJP.”

He said that our leaders and workers will bring back their own government to the people of Maharashtra. We have always maintained our place in the minds of the people of Maharashtra. We will further strengthen the glorious relationship between Maharashtra and Congress. 

What did Rahul Gandhi say?
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that Maharashtra is the stronghold of the Congress party. Here the party has to be strengthened. He said in a Facebook post, ‘‘A meeting was held with Maharashtra Congress leaders under the leadership of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. In Maharashtra, our focus is on strengthening the Congress party and raising the voice of the people. Together we will ensure that the anti-people government sitting in power there is defeated.”

What was discussed in the meeting? 
After the meeting, Congress leader Nana Patole while talking to news agency PTI said that Congress will be the biggest party in the coming elections as our presence will be big. is on the scale. Today people have also accepted it. 

While party leader Balasaheb Thorat told ANI that the current political situation in Maharashtra, Lok Sabha elections and assembly elections were discussed in the meeting. On talking about the Leader of the Opposition (LoP), he said that there was no discussion on it in the meeting. 

Let us inform that recently NCP President Sharad Pawar’s nephew Ajit Pawar along with eight other MLAs Eknath Shinde took oath as a minister in the government. He staked his claim on the name of the party and its election symbol, the clock. Ajit Pawar has become the deputy CM in Maharashtra government. 

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